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… Continue Reading “The Best Argument for Privacy”

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… Continue Reading “The Importance of Principle”

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,… Continue Reading “More than a Right”