1. Neurolink could be awesome but it also could be mind-slave tech so... Yeah, there's gonna be a LOT of trust involved with that going ANYWHERE.

  2. Clearly we don't need technology to create mind slaves. Just take a look around.

  3. Yeah, but the probability that these ones can "break free" is much higher without a tireless computer watching their thoughts.

  4. That's what happens when ideologically possessed zealots discover they can manipulate corporations by coordinating on the internet to manipulate public perception.

  5. My guess is that it's strategically better to declare a strong position then draw back to a reasonable position than to declare a reasonable position then be drawn back into a weak compromise.

  6. I'd say pro-west mostly, though I've heard strong arguments from him to the effect that most of the values that have historically made the west great have derived from its Christian origins.

  7. He says they claim to be interested in “free speech”in scare quotes, but the majority of those who aren’t obviously showing their real names are actually contemptible cowards. Pretty sure that’s all of us. I cheers ye all to being contemptible cowards together

  8. Well, if you want to be that exact, can you disprove matter/anti-matter pair production in high energy collisions, or do you believe the scientific consensus that it happens?

  9. I don't have a church, being an antheist... and a scientist. I am totally on your side regarding science. But still, at the end of the day, we all believe in something that others claim. It's just that scientific claims go through much more of a process than religions.

  10. By attempting to isolate "dominance" from all of the other integrated qualities of the man in question, they have rendered the study irrelevant.

  11. As a software engineer/architect for the last few decades, I've watched the development of search engines among other developments, and the bias question gets tricky...

  12. Maybe. I expect the next big shift in search, to be more fundamentally AI based.

  13. Wow, the phrase "tribal individualism" just stood out from that like a sore thumb. Seems like an oxymoron to me.

  14. But that's the point. Peterson points out as you say that these collective ideologies are an utter disaster in scale. That applies more to religion than it does a political party

  15. Well, they're a disaster to the extent that they attempt authoritarian imposition of their beliefs.

  16. He's describing the suppression of the huge amount of news stories there were about people who have "died suddenly", not the movie itself. These articles appeared before the documentary - now they have almost completely disappeared from Google text searches.

  17. We agree. Google promotes stuff that helps make them money. It'll show a documentary cause it's more popular and lead to more money

  18. Their search algorithm is based on an approach similar to the science publication model of citations.

  19. Oh, I think he's always a work in progress, but I don't see him converging on anything like a traditional Christian faith.

  20. He's basically right but for all of his knowledge and everything he still misses the entire point of the Bible, especially the new testament. And that is what will make all his "good deeds" pointless

  21. There's a significant difference between a standard American diet that happens to have a lot of meat in it, and a carnivore diet.

  22. I mostly hang out on this sub... so I live in an echo chamber I don't agree with.

  23. Why shouldn't they? The ball is in your court. Cryptocurrency is important, whether we like it or not.

  24. I'm not objecting to crypto. I'm quite into that, but since you're here promoting this one though, you might have some reason why you think this is a good thing.

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