Our fates as humans are inextricably bound to one another. We are like passengers flying on the same plane. A few of us on this plane have realized that the cabin crew has fallen asleep on the job. We are now banging on the cockpit door, hoping to wake them before the plane enters into… Read More A Human Rights Contingency Plan
So, I remember getting this idea after talking to @cyborg_nomade on Twitter (aka https://antinomiaimediata.wordpress.com/), about how in the future we might just behold “3 digit reputation scores” rather than human faces, and it got me thinking… In short: I am wondering if we can develop an AR (Mixed Reality?) platform which superimposes a generic human-face-like… Read More How Augmented Reality platforms might be used to a) end lookist discrimination (including racial discrimination), b) end the dystopic war on racism, and c) promote a sharing economy which rewards positive human interactions – those shaped by cooperativeness – rather than ego-motivated human interactions, such as cheating, extortion, and exploitation.
So, as some of you may have heard, there has been a fatwa placed on me by antifa in the aftermath of the infamous “punch” of Richard Spencer. Here is a video talking about the terrorization of my family by antifa: The antifa’s libelous doxing of me and call for violence against me and my… Read More Poetry and Kidnapping
People on either side of the “races: are they essentially the same or essentially different” dispute waste a whole of lot of mental energy engaging in bang-your-head-on-the-wall fact-mongering arguments. The ‘fact’ of the matter is that, when you inform the discussion with the fruits of the philosophy of science, there is no hard-and-fast rule for… Read More Why People Believe in the Theory of Racial Sameness
The heart of my entire critique, which is hard for me to convey and hard for you to understand, rests on the idea that racism is a subset of lookism. Discrimination against black people, as it exits in our era, is functionally equivalent to discrimination against what we might generalize as “ugly” people. That is,… Read More Racism as Lookism
In an article published in The Atlantic a couple days ago, writer Sarah Zhang discusses how genetics research is making everybody racist, implying like John Horgen did in Scientific American a few years ago, that perhaps scientific inquiry should be banned if it contradicts antiracist dogma. This latest pronouncement from one who feeds from the… Read More “Will the Alt-Right Promote a New Kind of Racist Genetics?”