long-read, climate change, attitudes Show more
So in August the New York Times Magazine published a long, long article on how climate change has been open knowledge since 1979.
But what I'm interested in is its conclusion — it, essentially, argues all the reader can do now is adapt and hope, that clearly nothing's working to actually change policy. And I wonder if this is a broader attitudinal shift, a cognitive leap over "democracy isn't solving this problem through discussion"...?
Btw you can get old macOS wallpapers in 5k resolution. They still look really good
I used to study film and I still like to dive into esoterics. I'm also a bit of a weeb. I'm interested in gentle indie pop and cyberpunk + political theory, especially the CCRU.
Inadvertently I discovered there's a really beautiful macOS matrix app. https://neilalexander.eu/seaglass
Landian edgyness and trans female supremacy Show more
Nick Land -> Nyx Land(???) is fucking writing about Gender Accelerationism now???
It's the Itch sale, by the way, so if you're in the mood for a ~2-3 hour, multiple window internet simulator in the post-singularity, Subserial Network is $6.69, which is pretty nice.
self Show more
Hundreds of doctors agree: Matilde's a fantastic target for the spare sadism of strangers
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