Showing posts with label Open society. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Open society. Show all posts

02 December, 2022

This Holiday Season

'Don't buy car, refrigerator' this holiday season
Jeff Bezos, Founder of Amazon.com

As an AI enthusiast, I still believe that AI will help us solve the problems of world hunger, misallocation of resources, corruption, and a better health system, as well as improve energy production in terms of sustainable development. Peace in a world without justice is not possible, that goes without saying and should not be emphasized, so for example it is not good that people are hungry, discriminated against, or enslaved. Peace is worth fighting for, but it is good to go through regular channels. China has 4-5 times more inhabitants than the USA, even if the Chinese have a higher GDP they are still very uncompetitive. The world should appreciate high standards such as freedom and democracy, which at least for now China does not intend to fulfill. It is strange that all kinds of industrial tycoons go there to invest, China is like a very big offshore, I suppose. There is too much sports competition, scheme, and subterfuge against fellow citizens. People make up conspiracy theories because they don't trust the elites, those egotistic who are getting richer and richer. The essence of capitalism is the right to property where capital and the free market have the main say. In the USA and other Western countries, the standard is much higher for everyone who wants and can work, and people also feel better (work better) because there is transparency in the democratic procedure. We will have to start saving things, renewing, repairing, and not constantly buying anew - we are too much in a consumerist society, which is very damaging to the environment. A quality car can and should be driven for decades, especially now that there are mass-produced ecological, self-sustaining cars. A lot needs to be changed, not just something, but I think people are not ready because they are (were) too comfortable and not ready for addictive renunciations, they are afraid of revolutionary changes. Concretely, I think that, for example, there is no need to re-concrete in construction.

12 November, 2022

Party General Rehearsal - Updated

Naughty kids of goodwill or naughty kids in a bad mood are sometimes 🆗 but please, I hope the party will go smoothly.

Output power 2x40 Watts - that's the total capacity, I believe that quiet space, away from the city crowd, for this size of the gathering, is ideal. Only 69 kilometers from Ludbreg Center of the World 😊 will ensure you'll have a first-class party 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

Backup is a portable Bluetooth speaker.


 

⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯

I’m so happy and satisfied, festive to be a part of this global 8 billion-people settlement we call Earth.

26 October, 2022

The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference is Approaching

Peace is not the lack of movement, but the warmth in the heart. Like there is a notion of an active holiday, as silly as it sounds, we should connect, and blog to preserve fragile peace. There are many volunteers around the world and I wish to congratulate them for their perseverance. I hope very much that the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference will be a success.

Check out this alarming article:

https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/10/1129887

25 July, 2022

Keeping Utopia Values and Goals Longer

Who is the real founder of democracy, or to put it differently "The mother of democracy"? Democracy is generally etiologically associated with the efforts of the ancient Greeks. Are the Christians with their cardinals - the men who will elect a new Pope on the death of the current incumbent - the real founder of democracy; India has its own argument to be the mother of democracy I suppose; and so does Croatia - with The Republic of Ragusa. In my opinion, just because parliament exists doesn't automatically mean the Republic is a real Democracy with human rights in place and equality for all its citizens. The Parliament of England is from the 13th century, but the Althing - the oldest surviving parliament in the world, is the national parliament of Iceland. The Althing is the oldest legislature in the world that still exists. It was founded in 930. Surely, French Revolution has popularised human beings as individuals best suited to democracy, protected by human rights, and represented in the parliament. I remain against direct democracy because representative democracy is better for keeping utopia values and goals longer.

Read more: https://www.blogger.luka.jagor.info/2020/03/flavors-of-democracy-in-my-opinion.html

29 May, 2022

Borg, Free Speech, Renormalizing Thermostats - Energy Drainers

You see, when you're borg it's like having an octopus in your butt hehe - check out Oliver Heldens x Becky Hill - Gecko (Overdrive) [Official Music Video] https://youtu.be/kcZMCMI24gs

I don't like that most people are just keeping a low profile, and then whoever speaks, who has the main word, is constantly charged for something. I sort of like the free speech absolutist approach.

Moronic is a perfect language for the absurd: should we emulate psychocrats, and renormalize thermostats considering climate change, as they did with the IQ scale regarding the Flynn effect 😲

A psychic vampire (or energy vampire) is a fictional and religious creature said to feed off the "life force" of other living creatures.
from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

There Is a Story Behind Everything, but...

 They say 

there is a story behind everything

but this bloggers' post seems inappropriate:

https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1419184341951913986?s=20&t=E9wRdQygTT--jywvE7NL1Q

I'm sure many people reported it, but I would really like to know what's the story behind it, some stream of thought. This meme at best looks just like an empty sitting duck without posting elaboration.

27 April, 2022

Thinking, Speaking, Doing

It can be heard by psychocrats that there is little difference between saying something and doing the same thing, but I deeply disagree. Although I am not a shrink I believe there are three basic cognitive states: thinking, speaking, and doing; such as the three basic aggregate states of matter: gaseous, liquid, and solid. These three basic cognitive states are separate but intertwined, I honestly think it is better to think about everything, rave, be ready, and not react wrongly to some action at a certain moment. I see myself as an extrovert, but I wouldn’t expose myself too much in the current hostile environment regarding civil rights violations in the pandemic and fossil fuels crisis.

16 March, 2022

My View of Compromise

Compromise is important because it saves energy, however, in that mode, it is not likely that either party involved in the conflict will be completely satisfied, victorious. Compromise should always be used as a tool for dialogue to continue, not as a purpose in itself. Compromise does what's best and helps you get closer to someone without causing too much stress so long-lasting relationships are possible.

In the context of negotiation, a big role is a person who has a lot of power or leverage in the negotiation. They may be able to offer concessions that will make it easier for the other party to accept the deal.

Putting oneself in a big role means taking on more responsibility for achieving an outcome, which could be beneficial if you can meet those expectations.

I was taught I should never be uncompromised, so I mostly take the "easy way out".

01 March, 2022

Astonishing Quotes for Today & Visuals

You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.
Les Brown
Who is who and where is where - I don't know and I don't care.
Top DJ Mag's TV Show Guest

23 February, 2022

Actual Social Contacts Sometimes Seem Less Real Than Online Ones

There is no transcript or timeline in your actual social contact, nothing you can grasp if you encounter a problem, especially regarding two-sided meetings. Social networks and texting apps are better for archiving your precious communication logs, they are hardly ever doctored.

Go on, be safe and secure to entrust your life decisions to big tech companies, because if their infrastructure is compromised they will surely suffer even greater compensation, and you can always complain to Consumer Organisation.

22 February, 2022

The Dissidents Are Intriguing

A dissident is a person who actively challenges an established political or religious system, doctrine, belief, policy, or institution.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There is also The Dissident (2020) - a movie we should all check out, but it's amazing how sometimes those minority groups outweigh the insipid majority.

Croatian Dissident - Wikipedia
The term was used mainly from 1970 to 1990 primarily for intellectuals and artists who publicly advocated for the establishment of civil rights... ...to be victims of rigged political trials in which they were threatened with imprisonment, forced labor... 

10 February, 2022

Speculative Endorsement of Bisexual Erasure

Bisexual Pride Flag.svg
Bisexual pride flag
By Michael Page - https://web.archive.org/web/20120204070907/http://www.biflag.com/Activism.asp, Public Domain, Link
Richard C. Friedman, an academic psychiatrist who specializes in the psychodynamics of homosexuality, writes in his essay "Denial in the Development of Homosexual Men" that many gay men have experienced sexual fantasies about women or engaged in sex with women and that many straight men have experienced sexual fantasies about men or engaged in sex with men.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
That sounds true, I've heard such awkward "denial" attitudes from religious groups. There's so much more to be said, I'll always propagate an open society deprived of taboos, not to let go of wider acceptance of sexuality and contraception.

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