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Archives : January 15th, 2017

Quote: How to Overthrow the System

“How to Overthrow the System: brew your own beer; kick in your TV; kill your own beef; build your own cabin and piss off the front porch whenever you bloody

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Article: Foraging Was Healthier Than Agriculture

Article: Foraging Was Healthier Than Agriculture

That foragers were and are in way better health than ‘civilized’ people is no surprise anymore by now. If even Forbes Magazine admits it, it finally has to be common

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Article: The Dangers Of Automatization

Article: The Dangers Of Automatization

This terrifying article is for all the naive, technology-crazed futurists who get excited by self-driving cars and automation in general. There is a phenomenon called the paradox of automation, which

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Infographic: Remaining Resources

Infographic: Remaining Resources

Things are going to change very soon. If we don’t act now, we will see the most radical changes occurring on this planet in our own lifetime.   Liked it?

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Article: We Run Out Of Sand

Article: We Run Out Of Sand

Civilization will not continue for much longer. The sooner we realize this and act accordingly, the better. Sand is one underestimated resource that we exploit so rapidly and that we

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Article: The Price For Technology Is Paid In Congo

Article: The Price For Technology Is Paid In Congo

So technology is not ‘bad’ or ‘good’ but neutral, huh? What about the vast environmental devastation, the release of toxins of all kinds, and the inhumane working conditions under which

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Article: Neoliberalism Creates Loneliness

Article: Neoliberalism Creates Loneliness

My recommendation for today is this article about the causes and effects of loneliness. Spoiler: modern digital-industrial society is to blame (who else?!). And the cure? Tribalism. Living in small

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Article: Global Fisheries Are Collapsing

Article: Global Fisheries Are Collapsing

Most of us tend not to think about the oceans too much, since it is ‘just water with some fish in it’. But the oceans make up over 70% of

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Article: Society could come to an end in less than a decadde

Article: Society could come to an end in less than a decadde

“Society could come to an end in less than a decade, a mathematical historian has predicted. Professor Peter Turchin said sweeping political turmoil and social unrest could result in the

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