Tag: Human Rights

TFS – Episode II – Muh Neuroscience, DARPA’s Bat Hobby, and Bittersweet Vulnerability

Dude with a cold hunts down stories about this whacky world with the aid of caffeine and liquor. Sources https://massivesci.com/articles/neuroscience-behavior-vs-technology/ https://www.militarytimes.com/veterans/2016/06/02/we-were-guinea-pigs-documentary-puts-atomic-veterans-in-limelight/ https://www.unz.com/wwebb/bats-gene-editing-and-bioweapons-recent-darpa-experiments-raise-concerns-amid-coronavirus-outbreak/ https://www.unz.com/article/swimming-in-the-government-sewage/

The Best Argument for Privacy

Aside from superior kernel architecture, greater choice in file systems, and the wisdom of not granting root access to anyone who drunkenly stumbles in at 3 AM the greatest advantages of Linux are not purely technical. I am by nature an artist and not…

The Importance of Principle

“All that is required for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” Is a rather famous aphorism. But how do you know that you are a good man? How do you know what you should do? I use this aphorism and…

More than a Right

Free speech is life. Allow me to elaborate. Breathing is not considered a right. It’s not considered in the same category as rights, privileges, and all the myriad distinctions thereof. No. Even prisoners and slaves are unquestionably reserved the right to draw air. Certainly,…