Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 12:30PM
Drew Wolfe

Ken MacLeod

Change the problem by changing your mind.

I knew from the beginning it was hopeless, but it's possible to love without hope.

If you're interested, you'll be there.

There’s a part of the human brain, the temporal lobe, that is associated with religious experiences as well as with epilepsy.

The world has become one big grassy knoll, crawling with lone gunmen who think they're the Warren Commission.

White-hot needles stabbed through his eyes into his head, into his brain: a new environment for the information viruses, where they replicated, forming snarls of complex logic that entangled him, clanking mechanisms that pursued him from one thought to another, down corridors of memory and forgotten rooms of days.

Green humanism? What's that? Humanism for little green men.

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