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One DNA Fingerprint, One Vote

It may be anathema to say this, but I have not always been the biggest fan of democracy. The whole idea of one person having one vote struck me as extremely odd. How can one vote be equal to another?… Continue Reading →

Crass Transit Systems

It truly baffles me that Congress has decided to allocate such a large sum in the recent infrastructure bill towards local mass-transit systems. How is it not seen that ridesharing trumps mass-transit in every possible way (except in SOME cases,… Continue Reading →

Tea, Earl Grey, Hot.

Cryptocurrency will soon be a form of replicator credits in the post-scarcity economy. Satoshi Nakamoto described his invention like this: “Bitcoin is an electronic payment system based on cryptographic proof instead of trust, allowing any two willing parties to transact… Continue Reading →

Pamper a Cow and You’ll Get Spoiled Milk

  When dealing with the issue of sentience in animals, it becomes important to ask: Where do we draw the line? Many of the animals we use for companionship are ones we would easily define as having sentience, but the… Continue Reading →

Keeping up with the Jet Blacks’s

  What do you see in the future of cybernetics technology? There are certain individuals who have suffered the complete loss of a limb, such as a traumatic amputation or a congenital disorder. In these cases, a functional prosthesis can… Continue Reading →

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