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Brendan Eich, gay marriage and moral self-licensing

Moral self-licensing. When you think to be morally superior, you don’t respect anymore who has different views, and you feel it’s acceptable discriminate, insult and boycott. It’s typical in the overshooting phase. I agree with the same-sex marriage, but that’s … Continue reading

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Drones and exaustive oceanic research for MH370

I have been busy with other stuff in the past few weeks. Here I am, anyway. As many people, I am very curious about the fate of MH370 flight. It’s not just about the (almost certain) death of 239 people, … Continue reading

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How to obliterate the North Korean regime?

The UN report about North Korean atrocities was released just few days ago. We already had some clues about what is going on in DPRK, but this report gives other horrible details. I am not willing to enlist all the … Continue reading

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Virtual and Augmented Reality will allow us to walk around amazing CGI cities

Virtual reality as been imagined for a very long time as a natural consequence of technological development. However, it seems to share the same fate of videophone: largely predicted decades before (2001 Space Odyssey), it failed to become a paradigm-shifting … Continue reading

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Ultimate fate of humanity: technological singularity, singleton and space colonization

Sometimes I read some funny and very unlikely prediction about the far future of humanity. Here there is a prediction about in 100,000 years there will be probably two human species due to sexual selection. humanknowledge.net predicts instead that in … Continue reading

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Biofuels: the green energy source that is destroying the Amazon rainforest

Biofuels have a couple of (alledged) advantages: (apparently) they don’t contribute to the greenhouse emission, as all the carbon they have was captured from the atmosphere, and they can be a good economic opportunity for developing countries to have a … Continue reading

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The real reason we haven’t colonized Mars yet

Almost 45 years ago man walked on the Moon. Space exploration seemed to progress at very fast pace. Just 12 years before the first human-made object was inserted into a stable orbit and 8 year before there was the flight … Continue reading

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