Was the AA Morris ‘meltdown’ a form of avant-garde performance art? How much do we really know about jet engines, and is there any merit to the so-called ‘jet fuel hoax’? Is the thing we call ‘technology’ in fact blatant form of magic? Why do so many people in the ACT realm seem to believe that the ‘elite’ are evil or nefarious?Read more
Is the internet something very different to what most of us seem to believe? Are websites stored on physical servers or is there something else going on? Where does ‘technology’ come from? Why do some people say that War is a Hoax? And why does everybody else find this notion so difficult to entertain?Read more
Some people like to focus on the positives…Read more
We all know how electricity is produced and distributed, don’t we?Read more
Is access to an infinite supply of information necessarily a good thing? How many of us can actually remember when we first connected to 'the internet'? Why would any person fear the permanent storage of 'personal data'? And what does any of this have to do with an obscure Argentinian fiction writer who died decades ago?
Joining me to discuss these questions and more was an eclectic panel of interlocutors, who each read Borges' seven-page short story The Library of Babel prior to the call :)Read more
How would we know if ‘god’ were present in our day-to-day lives? Why do so few of us take the time to look into the history of where our technology comes from? Do people really want the truth, or is it possible that some people are better off in blissful ignorance? And why can’t the average person cite a single study to support their belief that cigarettes are as harmful as we are told?Read more
This will probably be the last major video/podcast I release for a while. It is also probably the most important piece of content I have published to date.
For a long time people have -- understandably -- been asking me what I think is really going on in this world, where things are headed, what we can/should do about it, and so forth.
In this video I try to convey a sense of what I see as the logical approach to considering these questions.Read more