Issue 3

Navigating Chaos, Part 1

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“Chaos is order yet undeciphered” – Enemy, Denis VilleneuveAs I am writing this and trying to break down the chain of associations, my mind keeps going back to the iconic scene from The Matrix...

Adapt or Die

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As the world drowns in a plethora of narratives regarding the pandemic and the eventual outcome of the US election, old institutions fail to provide satisfying answers to the questions many people concern themselves...

Gambling on 5D

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As many people watching me on Twitter know, I’ve been a big advocate not only of Trump, but betting on Trump. I know Trump has a “royal flush” — him appearing to be defeated is...

The Patchwork Age

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The following is a special preview of the Patchwork Manifesto. We are quickly moving into an era of radical freedom, where we will gradually become free of constraints that mankind has adopted since agrarian civilization...

The Death of News

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In every story of vanquishing monsters there comes a moment when the beast is seemingly slain and the hero breathes a sigh of relief. But of course they breathe it too soon and the...

The Race to the Truth

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Humans are the most skillful problem solvers. It’s the trait that has placed us at the top of the food chain, the trait that will help us conquer space in the future. Yet, one...

Honor Your Luck

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The word "apocalypse" means revelation. The great awakening comes from the result of revelation. It is a collective realization that what we see cannot be denied and what we once saw was not what...

The End of Consumerism

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Buy and buy We buy and buy Ain't nobody buying time We spend our lives Dollars and dimes But ain't nobody buying time - Ross Ellis I was watching a Mr. Beast video with my kids today when I realized there...

Magic Words & The Tribe

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Arguments with strangers on the Internet are a popular pastime these days. I’ve never been fond of them. Why argue with a stranger? Arguments can be life changing — you never know when someone will...

Confronting Hubris in Tech

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You are probably aware, if you have read my previous pieces for this magazine, that I am fixated on the differences between what I call mechanistic and phenomenological worldviews. The terms did not originate...