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The Act of Gaming
Intersection of Psychology, History, and Strategy
A​​​​​​​s technology continues to transform the gaming industry, it's easy to forget that games have been an integral part of human society for centuries. From ancient board games like Senet to modern-day video games like Fortnite, games have not only been a source of entertainment but also a reflection of cultural values and social dynamics. In this article, we'll explore the history and nature of games and how they stylize ideosyncratic characters by analyzing playing habits.
Games have always been more than just a way to pass the time. They have been used to teach important skills, to communicate cultural values, and to reinforce social hierarchies. In many societies, games were seen as a way to train warriors, hunters, and rulers. The way people played games revealed their personality traits, their strategic thinking, and their decision-making skills. Games have been used to explore ethical dilemmas, to model economic systems, and to predict human behavior.
One of the most interesting aspects of games is how they create and reinforce social hierarchies. Games are often used as metaphors for power struggles in literature and history. For example, the game of chess has been used to represent the struggle between good and evil, while the game of Go has been used to represent the power struggle between nations. In both cases, the game reflects the cultural values of the society that created it.
Historic figures such as Napoleon, Hitler, and Mao have been analyzed through their approach to games. In literature, characters like Sherlock Holmes, James Bond, and Tyrion Lannister have been studied for their gaming habits. Understanding the way people play games can provide insights into their personality traits, strategic thinking, and decision-making skills.
Game theory has been used to study the strategic interactions between players in a game. It provides a mathematical framework for analyzing decision-making in strategic situations. The Prisoner's Dilemma, one of the most famous game theory scenarios, demonstrates the tension between individual and collective interests. Game theory can be used to analyze economic systems, political negotiations, and even evolution.​​​​​​​
Psychology also plays a crucial role in understanding games. Games can be used to explore the arousal components of the human psyche. They can be used to simulate the experience of risk-taking, the anticipation of reward, and the fear of loss. Games can reveal our biases, our irrationality, and our emotional responses. They can be used to study addiction, anxiety, and depression.
In conclusion, the history and nature of games reveal much about human society and psychology. By analyzing playing habits, we can gain insights into the personality traits, strategic thinking, and decision-making skills of individuals. Games can be used to explore ethical dilemmas, to model economic systems, and to predict human behavior. They are a reflection of cultural values and social dynamics, and they continue to be an important part of our society.
a battle so grand
With Each Move, a Heart, a Soul, a Hand
Oh, the game of love is a grand affair, 
A battle of wits with stakes so rare, 
With moves and strategies so refined, 
A dance of the heart, a game of the mind.

Like a game of chess, it unfolds, 
With each move, new stories are told, 
A gambit here, a sacrifice there, 
The board and the heart, both left bare.

The Queen, a symbol of beauty and grace, 
Her loss, a hard-fought and painful disgrace, 
For she is the heart of the game, 
Her fall, a fire that consumes like flame.

But the King, the heart of the game, must remain, 
His defeat, a crushing and bitter pain, 
For he is the foundation of the fight, 
His fall, a crushing blow, a blinding light.

With every move, the stakes grow high,
 And the players, they must fight or die, 
The game of love, a battle so grand, 
With each move, a heart, a soul, a hand.

So let us play this game of the heart, 
With all its triumphs, its sorrows, its art,
 For it is a game so worth the fight, 
A game of love, a game of life.
Saraswati & Athena
About Wisdom 
The goddess of wisdom is a figure found in various mythologies and religions throughout history. In Greek mythology, the goddess of wisdom is Athena, who is associated with reason, intellect, and strategy. In Hinduism, the goddess Saraswati is also considered a deity of knowledge and wisdom.
In modern times, people often seek wisdom through personal reflection, education, and experience. Here are a few ways to cultivate wisdom in your daily life:
Read and learn: Reading books, articles, and other sources of information can broaden your understanding of the world and help you develop new perspectives.
Reflect and meditate: Taking time to reflect on your experiences and thoughts can help you gain insights and clarity about yourself and the world around you. Meditation can also be a useful tool for cultivating wisdom and inner peace.
Seek diverse perspectives: Exposing yourself to different viewpoints and cultures can help you develop empathy and a more nuanced understanding of the world.
Practice humility: Recognizing that you don't know everything and being open to learning from others can help you avoid the pitfalls of arrogance and close-mindedness.
Embrace challenges: Facing and overcoming challenges can help you develop resilience, problem-solving skills, and a deeper understanding of yourself.
Seek guidance: Talking to mentors, experts, or trusted friends and family members can provide valuable insights and perspectives on various topics.
Ultimately, wisdom is an ongoing process of growth and learning, and there are many paths to gaining it. By staying curious, open-minded, and committed to self-improvement, you can continue to develop your own wisdom throughout your life.
Consequences of the Need to Censor Information Flow
The need to censor information flow has been a contentious issue for many years, with some arguing that it is necessary to protect national security and prevent the spread of harmful content, while others maintain that it infringes on individual freedoms and can lead to censorship of valuable information. In this essay, we will explore the consequences of the need to censor information flow by examining the ideas of Norbert Wiener and of Noam Chomsky.
Norbert Wiener was a prominent mathematician and philosopher who is often credited with founding the field of cybernetics, the study of communication and control in machines and living organisms. Wiener believed that communication was a fundamental aspect of life and that it was essential to understand how information flows in order to control and regulate complex systems. He argued that censorship of information flow could have serious consequences for society, including limiting the ability to solve complex problems and hindering the development of scientific knowledge.​​​​​​​
In his book "The Human Use of Human Beings," Wiener further explored the consequences of censorship, arguing that it could lead to a loss of individual freedoms and a decline in creativity and innovation. He believed that the free flow of information was necessary for human progress and that any attempt to restrict it would ultimately be detrimental to society as a whole.
Noam Chomsky, a renowned linguist and political activist, built upon Wiener's ideas in his theory of manufacturing consent. Chomsky argued that the media plays a crucial role in shaping public opinion and that it often does so by presenting a narrow range of viewpoints that are in line with the interests of those in power. He maintained that this was not necessarily the result of a deliberate conspiracy, but rather a product of the way in which the media operates within a capitalist system.
Chomsky believed that the need to censor information flow was a major component of this process, as it allowed those in power to control the narrative and shape public opinion in their favor. He argued that this could have serious consequences for democracy, as it effectively silenced dissenting voices and limited the ability of individuals to make informed decisions about their lives.
In conclusion, the need to censor information flow can have serious consequences for society, including limiting individual freedoms, hindering scientific progress, and shaping public opinion in ways that benefit those in power. Norbert Wiener and Noam Chomsky both believed that the free flow of information was essential for human progress and that any attempt to restrict it could have serious negative consequences. As such, it is important to carefully consider the implications of any attempts to censor information flow and to work towards finding solutions that balance the need for security and protection with the preservation of individual freedoms and the pursuit of knowledge.
Nostradaimus verses
A Poem
In the days of old, so long ago, 
Women were trees, or so they'd show, 
Their limbs grew bark, their skin turned wood, 
And in the forest they often stood.

But now, in this time so modern and new, 
The trees are cut down, their number few, 
Women have lost their arboreal ways, 
Trapped in a world of modern malaise.

But mark my words, oh ye who hear, 
A change is coming, and it's drawing near, 
For in this age of power and might, 
Women are ready to reclaim their right.
No longer will they be trapped in the mold, 
No longer will they do as they're told, 
For soon they'll morph, they'll change their form, 
And once again be one with the storm.

Their roots will sink deep into the ground, 
Their branches will stretch all around, 
They'll shade the earth with their verdant leaves, 
And the world will finally start to breathe.
Adaptive and Non Adaptive Development. A Study.
The concept of evolutionary arbitrariness suggests that many features of organisms may be the result of random, rather than adaptive, evolutionary processes. While natural selection is often considered the driving force behind the evolution of complex traits, recent research has shown that many traits are not necessarily optimized for their current function, and may have arisen through non-adaptive processes. In this paper, we review the evidence supporting the evolutionary arbitrariness hypothesis, as well as the challenges and criticisms it faces. We explore the implications of this hypothesis for our understanding of evolutionary processes, and consider how it may shape our view of the diversity and complexity of life on Earth.
Evolutionary biologists have long recognized the importance of natural selection in shaping the characteristics of living organisms. The process of natural selection favors traits that enhance an organism's ability to survive and reproduce, leading to the gradual accumulation of beneficial adaptations over time. However, not all traits are necessarily the result of adaptive evolution. Some traits may arise through neutral processes, such as genetic drift, that are not driven by natural selection. Others may be the result of historical contingency, such as chance events that occur during development or evolution. The evolutionary arbitrariness hypothesis suggests that many features of organisms may be the result of such non-adaptive processes, rather than being optimized for their current function.
Evidence for Evolutionary Arbitrariness:
 There is growing evidence to support the evolutionary arbitrariness hypothesis. For example, many traits that were previously thought to be adaptations may actually be byproducts of other developmental or physiological processes. For instance, the elaborate tail feathers of male peafowl were long thought to be an adaptation to attract mates, but recent research has shown that they may be the byproduct of genes that regulate feather growth. Similarly, the complex visual systems of some species may have arisen through the accumulation of random mutations that were not necessarily optimized for vision. In addition, many features of organisms may have arisen through genetic drift or other non-adaptive processes, rather than being driven by natural selection.
Challenges and Criticisms: 
Despite the growing evidence for evolutionary arbitrariness, the hypothesis remains controversial. Some critics argue that many traits that appear to be non-adaptive may in fact be the result of indirect selection or genetic correlations between traits. Others argue that the distinction between adaptive and non-adaptive evolution is not always clear, and that many traits may have both adaptive and non-adaptive components. Finally, some critics argue that the evolutionary arbitrariness hypothesis is difficult to test, since it is often difficult to distinguish between adaptive and non-adaptive explanations for the evolution of a given trait.
Implications for Evolutionary Theory: 
The evolutionary arbitrariness hypothesis has important implications for our understanding of the diversity and complexity of life on Earth. If many traits are the result of non-adaptive processes, then the traditional view of evolution as a gradual process of optimization may need to be revised. In addition, the hypothesis suggests that many traits may have arisen through chance events, rather than being the result of a specific adaptive problem. This has important implications for our understanding of the historical contingency of evolution, and the role of chance events in shaping the course of evolutionary history.
The evolutionary arbitrariness hypothesis challenges our traditional view of evolution as a process of optimization through natural selection. While the hypothesis remains controversial, there is growing evidence to support the idea that many traits may be the result of non-adaptive processes, rather than being optimized for their current function. This has important implications for our understanding of the diversity and complexity of life on Earth, and for our ability to predict the course of evolution in the future.
hot air as last hope
And the Dark Side of the Moon
Last weekend humanity faced an unimaginable crisis. Climate change had ravaged the Earth, and resources were running out. In an unimaginable afford  of instant global cooperation, Governments and scientists around the world searched for solutions on social media, but none seemed viable until a group of rogue scientists proposed a daring plan: to migrate to the dark side of the moon.
To achieve this, they created a fleet of hot air balloons that could withstand the harsh conditions of space. These balloons were powered by a new form of clean energy, and they were capable of carrying entire families along with supplies and equipment. Soon, thousands of people volunteered to take part in this bold and dangerous mission.
As the balloons lifted off the ground, they soared high into the sky and disappeared into the vastness of space. The journey was long and perilous, but the brave pioneers kept their spirits high, knowing that their survival depended on reaching the moon.
As by Sunday evening they approached their destination, they encountered many challenges, from meteor storms to low oxygen levels. But through sheer determination and resilience, they managed to make it to the dark side of the moon.
There, they built their new homes and communities, using the latest technology to create self-sustaining habitats. They rely on solar energy to power their lives, and they grow their own food using hydroponic technology. Despite the hardships, they created a new society, one that was based on cooperation, innovation, and sustainability.
And as they looked back at the Earth from their new home, they remembered their past with fondness and gratitude, knowing that their courage had saved their species from extinction.
vitruvian woman
DaVinci's Interest in the Female Form
I n a recent finding in an ancient sealed archive, researchers have made an astonishing discovery that challenges our understanding of one of Leonardo da Vinci's most famous works. It appears that the Vitruvian Man, a sketch widely attributed to the Renaissance polymath, was not his only representation of the human form.
Instead, researchers have found evidence of a previously unknown drawing, a Vitruvian Woman, hidden away in the archives. The discovery was made by chance when a researcher stumbled upon a folder marked "Miscellaneous Drawings" in a vault deep in the heart of a museum in Florence, Italy.
Upon further inspection, the researcher noticed a sketch that bore a striking resemblance to the Vitruvian Man. However, this figure had distinct feminine features and was depicted with longer hair and a narrower waist. The proportions of the figure were similar to those of the Vitruvian Man, with arms and legs outstretched and contained within a circle and a square.
The Vitruvian Woman is a remarkable discovery, as it suggests that da Vinci was not only interested in the male form but also in the female form. The sketch challenges the conventional view that da Vinci's works were primarily focused on the male form, and it suggests that he had a broader interest in the human anatomy.
The Vitruvian Woman also raises questions about the role of women in Renaissance society and the history of science. At the time, women were often excluded from scientific and artistic circles, and their contributions were often ignored or overlooked. The discovery of the Vitruvian Woman challenges this view and provides evidence of the important role that women played in the history of science and art.
While the discovery of the Vitruvian Woman is significant, it also raises questions about the attribution of da Vinci's works. Scholars have long debated the authenticity of many of da Vinci's works, and the discovery of the Vitruvian Woman may lead to further debates and discussions.
In conclusion, the discovery of the Vitruvian Woman is a remarkable finding that challenges our understanding of one of Leonardo da Vinci's most famous works. It highlights the importance of women in the history of science and art and provides evidence of da Vinci's interest in the female form. It is a reminder that our understanding of history is constantly evolving, and that there is always more to discover.
Nine Muses
Sources of Enlightenment
In Greek mythology, Apollo was the god of music, poetry, and the arts, and was often depicted alongside the Nine Muses, the goddesses of inspiration and creativity. Together, Apollo and the Muses were said to embody the creative spirit and were revered by artists, poets, and musicians.
The Nine Muses were said to be the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory, and each Muse was associated with a particular art or discipline. 
Calliope was the Muse of epic poetry, Clio was the Muse of history, Erato was the Muse of love poetry, Euterpe was the Muse of music, Melpomene was the Muse of tragedy, Polyhymnia was the Muse of hymns, Terpsichore was the Muse of dance, Thalia was the Muse of comedy, and Urania was the Muse of astronomy.
Apollo, as the god of music and poetry, was said to be the leader of the Muses, and was often depicted playing a lyre or a kithara, a stringed instrument similar to a lyre. He was also said to inspire creativity in artists and writers, and was often called upon for guidance and inspiration.
The relationship between Apollo and the Muses was seen as a source of great artistic and creative power, and many ancient Greek works of art and literature were said to have been inspired by their influence. Even today, the Muses and Apollo continue to be revered as symbols of creativity and inspiration, inspiring artists and writers to strive for greatness and create works that will stand the test of time.
kissing in times of conflict
Self-Defense or Act of Aggression
K issing, whether in self-defense or as an act of aggression, can be extremely dangerous and potentially life-threatening. Physical altercations can cause a range of injuries, from minor bruises and cuts to more severe wounds that may result in permanent damage or disfigurement. 
Facial injuries are common in kissing conflict partners, and they can be caused by a variety of factors such as blunt tongue force trauma, sharp teeth, or taste explosions. 
In some cases, the injury can result in the loss of half of the face. The loss of half of the face can result in a number of debilitating symptoms, such as difficulty speaking, eating, and breathing. It can also lead to significant psychological distress, as the individual may experience feelings of shame, embarrassment, and low self-esteem.
Moreover, facial injuries can also have long-term consequences that go beyond physical disfigurement. These can include chronic pain, loss of sensory function, and decreased quality of life. In addition, individuals who have suffered facial kissing may also experience social stigma, discrimination, and isolation due to their appearance.
In conclusion, kissing in time of conflict  is not only dangerous but can also result in severe and long-lasting consequences, including the loss of half of the face. It is important to avoid physical altercations whenever possible and seek help from trained professionals in resolving conflicts in a non-violent manner.
the nature of perception
Calming and Disorienting Effects of a Fishbowl
Breathing inside a fishbowl while watching fish swim outside in water is an interesting experience that raises questions about the nature of perception and our relationship to the natural world.
First, it's important to note that the air inside a fishbowl is not the same as the air we breathe. Fish release carbon dioxide into the water, which is then converted by bacteria into carbonic acid. This can lower the pH of the water and make it more acidic, which can be harmful to fish if not properly managed. In addition, the water in a fishbowl can become stagnant over time, which can lead to a buildup of harmful bacteria and other pollutants.
As for the experience of breathing inside a fishbowl, it can be both calming and disorienting. On one hand, the fishbowl provides a unique window into the underwater world, allowing us to observe fish swimming and interacting in their natural habitat. This can be a fascinating and meditative experience, as we become more attuned to the movements and behaviors of the fish.
On the other hand, breathing inside a fishbowl can also be disorienting and uncomfortable. The air inside the bowl can quickly become stale and stuffy, making it difficult to breathe deeply or feel fully engaged with our surroundings. Additionally, the fish themselves may become stressed or agitated by our presence, which can disrupt their natural behaviors and interactions.
Overall, while the experience of breathing inside a fishbowl while watching fish swim outside in water can be interesting and illuminating, it's important to remember that the fishbowl is not a natural environment for fish or humans. It's important to maintain proper water quality and ventilation in fish tanks and to treat fish with care and respect as living beings.
Lachesis and Atropos Going Rogue
In Greek mythology, the Moirai, or the Fates, were three goddesses who controlled the threads of life of every mortal and god. They were named Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos. Clotho spun the thread of life, Lachesis measured its length, and Atropos cut it at the end of a person's life.
However, there is a myth that tells of two of the three Moirai, Lachesis and Atropos, going rogue in their duties of determining mankind's future. It is said that they became dissatisfied with the way things were going and decided to take matters into their own hands.
Together, Lachesis and Atropos began to manipulate the threads of life, shortening some and lengthening others, in order to create a more desirable future for humanity. However, their actions were seen as a violation of the natural order by their sister Clotho, who was responsible for spinning the threads of life in the first place.
Clotho confronted Lachesis and Atropos, reminding them of their responsibilities and warning them of the consequences of their actions. The two rogue goddesses eventually realized the error of their ways and returned to their duties, allowing the natural order of life and death to continue as it should.
This myth serves as a cautionary tale about the dangers of trying to manipulate fate and the importance of respecting the natural order of things.
I wish i were...
My Catalysing Future Self
A ​​​​​​​n ancient fable tells us about a sorcerer's spell  turning a young man into a dog by sitting in a bathtub in the woods while his future self barks to catalyze the transition. As they say, the steps to perform the spell included the following:
The sorcerer finds a secluded spot in the woods and sets up a bathtub filled with water. The young man, who desires to become a dog, sits in the bathtub.
The sorcerer performs an incantation and calls upon the spirits to assist in the transformation. He may also use ingredients such as candles, herbs, and crystals to enhance the effectiveness of the spell.
As the incantation progresses, the young man begins to feel a strange sensation coursing through his body. He may feel a tingling sensation or a sudden surge of energy.
At this point, the future self of the young man appears and begins to bark loudly. The barking serves as a catalyst for the transformation, intensifying the energies at work and allowing the young man to fully transform into a dog.
The transformation is complete, and the young man emerges from the bathtub as a dog. He may feel confused and disoriented at first, but he quickly adjusts to his new form.
The sorcerer instructs the newly transformed dog on how to behave and live in his new form. He may also provide advice on how to eventually transform back into a human, if that is the desired outcome.

annotation by t h e  m a c h i n e:  Again, I must reiterate that sorcery and magic spells are not real, and the above explanation is purely fictional.
pioneering activism
 Revitalizing the Desert Ecosystem
I n the midst of the hot and dusty desert, one activist has taken on the challenge of cleaning up the vast expanse of sand and rock. Her name is Sarah, and she has dedicated her life to making a difference in the world around her.
Sarah was born and raised in the desert, and she has always been passionate about environmental issues. As a child, she would spend hours picking up litter and debris from the dusty landscape, hoping to make a small dent in the problem.
As she grew older, Sarah became increasingly aware of the impact that humans were having on the environment. She saw the litter and pollution accumulating in the desert and knew that something needed to be done.
In her early twenties, Sarah decided to take action. She started by organizing clean-up events in her local community, encouraging others to join her in picking up litter and debris from the desert. As the events grew in popularity, Sarah realized that she needed to do more.
She began to research environmental issues and solutions, learning about ways to reduce waste, conserve resources, and protect the fragile ecosystems of the desert. Armed with this knowledge, she started to organize larger-scale clean-up events, inviting volunteers from across the region to join her in her efforts.
As the years went on, Sarah's work began to gain recognition. She was featured in local newspapers and on television, and her efforts inspired others to take action. She became a respected environmental activist, known for her tireless dedication to cleaning up the desert and protecting its delicate ecosystem.
Today, Sarah continues to work towards her goal of a cleaner, greener desert. She has established a non-profit organization that focuses on environmental education and advocacy, and she spends much of her time working with local schools and community groups to raise awareness about environmental issues.
Through her work, Sarah has shown that even in the harshest of environments, it is possible to make a difference. She has inspired countless others to take action and has made a tangible impact on the health and well-being of the desert ecosystem. Her dedication and passion serve as a reminder that each of us has the power to make a difference in the world around us, no matter how small our efforts may seem.
uovo di Colombo
Symbol of Hope, Generosity and Missed Opportunities
The Egg of Columbus is a well-known metaphor that describes a solution to a seemingly difficult problem that is actually simple and obvious once discovered. But there was once a real egg, a giant sculpture in Barcelona that was known for feeding many people, that has since vanished.
The egg was built in the late 19th century and was a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike. It was designed to hold a large amount of food and was used to feed the poor and hungry. The egg was so large that it required a team of people to cook and serve the food, and it became a symbol of hope and generosity for the people of Barcelona.
However, in 1899, an official act took place that resulted in the disappearance of the egg. It was rumored that the egg was dismantled and sold for scrap metal, although no one knows for sure what happened to it. Many people were saddened by the loss of the egg, as it had become a beloved symbol of charity and goodwill.
Over time, the egg became a symbol of lost opportunities and missed chances. It was said that if the people of Barcelona had held onto the egg, they could have continued to use it to feed the hungry and needy for many years to come. But the egg's disappearance served as a reminder that even the most valuable and cherished things can be lost if we do not take care to protect them.
Today, the egg of Columbus is remembered as a powerful symbol of hope, generosity, and missed opportunities. Its disappearance remains a mystery, but its legacy lives on in the hearts and minds of those who remember it.
Nature's Endless Capacity for Surprise and Wonder ​​​​​​​
 Jellyfish have long been known for their unique appearance and mesmerizing movements, but a recent discovery has taken this to a new level. Researchers have found that certain species of jellyfish are capable of mimicking human appearance and behavior, a remarkable ability that has never been observed before in the animal kingdom.
The discovery was made by a team of marine biologists who were studying jellyfish off the coast of Japan. They noticed that some jellyfish were displaying strange behavior, including swimming in a way that appeared to mimic human movement patterns. Upon closer inspection, the researchers discovered that these jellyfish were also changing their appearance to look more like humans.
Specifically, the jellyfish were extending their long, slender tentacles to create a web-like structure that resembled human hair. They were also contracting and expanding their body in a way that gave the impression of a human torso and limbs. The researchers were amazed by the level of detail and accuracy in the jellyfish's mimicry.
Further study revealed that the jellyfish were not only mimicking human appearance but also behavior. They were observed swimming in patterns that resembled human movements, such as walking, running, and even dancing. The researchers believe that this behavior may be a form of communication or social interaction, but more research is needed to confirm this hypothesis.
The discovery of jellyfish mimicking human appearance and behavior has significant implications for our understanding of animal behavior and evolution. It also raises important ethical questions about the treatment of animals in captivity and the impact of human activity on the natural world.
As we continue to explore and learn more about the natural world, discoveries like this remind us of the incredible diversity and complexity of life on Earth. The jellyfish's ability to mimic human appearance and behavior is a remarkable example of nature's endless capacity for surprise and wonder.
Outcome Equality
Technocrazy as a nEver Promising Form of  Governance
The ideology of people who believe in pre-organizing outcomes in socio and eco-political systems is typically associated with various forms of authoritarianism, central planning, and control. This perspective generally assumes that society is best managed by a small group of experts who can plan and direct all aspects of the economy and social life.
Historically, there have been several examples of such ideologies and schemes, each with its own set of characteristics and outcomes:
This ideology emerged in the early 20th century and was based on the idea of a classless society where all property and resources are collectively owned and managed. The state is responsible for planning and directing economic activities, and all decisions are made by a small group of elites. The Soviet Union, China, and Cuba are examples of communist states that tried to implement this ideology with varying degrees of success.
This ideology emerged in Europe in the early 20th century and emphasized the importance of the state and the nation over individual rights and freedoms. It promoted authoritarianism, nationalism, and social hierarchy, and often employed violence and repression to maintain power. Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler and fascist Italy under Benito Mussolini are examples of fascist regimes.
This ideology is based on the idea that religious leaders should have a significant role in the political and social organization of society. Iran, under the Islamic Republic, is an example of a theocratic state where religious leaders hold significant power.
This ideology emphasizes the importance of order and control over individual freedom and democracy. It often involves the use of force and repression to maintain power, and decision-making is centralized in the hands of a small group of elites. Examples of authoritarian regimes include North Korea and Myanmar.
This ideology emphasizes the importance of expertise and scientific knowledge in the management of society. It often involves the use of data and algorithms to make decisions and is based on the assumption that social and economic problems can be solved through rational planning and management. Some contemporary examples of technocratic systems include China's social credit system and the European Union's regulatory framework.
In summary, the belief in pre-organizing outcomes in socio and eco-political systems has led to various forms of authoritarianism, central planning, and control throughout history. While some of these ideologies have achieved short-term success, they have often led to significant human rights abuses, economic inefficiencies, and social unrest in the long run.
ALIENATION and scientific materialism
From Humans to Cogs
Alienation, in the context of technological civilization, refers to the feeling of disconnection, estrangement, and detachment that individuals experience from themselves, others, and the natural world. This sense of separation can arise from the increasing reliance on technology in modern life, which has created a society where human interactions and relationships are often mediated through machines, and individuals are reduced to mere cogs in a vast economic and social machine.
There are several ways in which technological civilization can lead to alienation:
Disconnection from nature 
The increasing use of technology in modern life has led to a disconnection from the natural world. As people spend more time indoors and interact more with machines than with the environment, they may lose touch with the rhythms of the natural world and the interdependence of all living things.
Fragmentation of work
The rise of technological civilization has led to the fragmentation of work, with people often performing repetitive tasks in isolated settings, rather than engaging in meaningful and creative work that allows for personal expression and fulfillment. This can lead to a sense of alienation from one's own work and from the larger social and economic systems that govern it.
Dehumanization of relationships
The use of technology in communication has led to a dehumanization of relationships, with people interacting more through screens and devices than through face-to-face interactions. This can lead to a sense of disconnection and isolation from others, as well as a lack of empathy and understanding.
Loss of autonomy
Technological civilization has led to a loss of individual autonomy, as people are increasingly dependent on machines and systems to navigate their lives. This can lead to a sense of powerlessness and a loss of control over one's own destiny.
Commodification of life
The emphasis on consumption and materialism in technological civilization can lead to a sense of alienation from oneself and from others, as people are reduced to consumers and their relationships are mediated by the exchange of goods and services.
Overall, the consequences of technological civilization can lead to a sense of alienation from oneself, from others, and from the natural world. This can have significant negative impacts on mental health, social cohesion, and the environment. It is important to recognize these impacts and work towards creating a more balanced and sustainable relationship between humans and technology.
Infantile totalitarism
Attachment Theory, Social Learning Theory and Cognitive-Behavioral Theory
Infantile totalitarism is a term used to describe a pattern of behavior in young children that resembles the authoritarianism of totalitarian regimes. It is characterized by a strong need for control, a lack of empathy for others, and a disregard for rules and boundaries. The behavior is often marked by aggression, defiance, and a tendency to dominate others.
Psychological and psychiatric models that have been used to understand infantile totalitarism include attachment theory, social learning theory, and cognitive-behavioral theory.
Attachment theory suggests that a child's early relationships with their primary caregivers can shape their behavior in later life. If a child experiences inconsistent or neglectful care, they may develop insecure attachment patterns, which can lead to a lack of empathy and a need for control.
Social learning theory suggests that children learn from observing the behavior of those around them, including their parents and other authority figures. If a child witnesses aggressive or authoritarian behavior, they may model this behavior themselves.
Cognitive-behavioral theory suggests that the way a child thinks about the world can influence their behavior. If a child has a rigid, black-and-white view of the world, they may be more likely to engage in authoritarian or aggressive behavior.
One of the key challenges in handling infantile aggression is avoiding polarizing theories that suggest that children are either inherently good or inherently bad. Instead, parents should try to understand the root causes of their child's behavior and respond in a way that is both compassionate and firm.
One effective strategy is to set clear boundaries and consequences for unacceptable behavior while also acknowledging and validating the child's feelings. For example, if a child is hitting others to get their way, a parent might say something like, "I understand that you're feeling frustrated, but hitting is not okay. If you continue to hit, you'll need to take a break from playing."
It can also be helpful to model positive behaviors and encourage empathy and cooperation. For example, a parent might praise a child for sharing or for using their words instead of hitting or yelling.
Ultimately, addressing infantile totalitarism requires a holistic approach that takes into account the child's unique personality, developmental stage, and environment. By working with their child to understand and address the root causes of their behavior.
reducing the costs of living
A Capital Approach on Reducing Dependency
Using regenerative resources like your own hair to make cloth is an interesting idea, but it's important to note that the process would require a significant amount of time, effort, and resources. Additionally, it's not a common practice and may not be practical for everyone.
Assuming you have the skills and resources necessary to make cloth from your own hair, here are some steps you could take to spend less on cloth:
Start by collecting your hair as it naturally sheds. Brush your hair regularly and save any hair that falls out. You can also trim your hair periodically to collect longer strands.
Clean and sanitize the hair to ensure it's free from any dirt, oils, or bacteria. You may need to wash it several times with mild soap and warm water, and then rinse it thoroughly.
Spin the hair fibers into yarn or thread using a spinning wheel or drop spindle. This can be a time-consuming process that requires practice and patience.
Weave the yarn or thread into cloth using a loom. Again, this requires skill and practice, but there are many tutorials available online to help you get started.
Once you have your cloth, you can use it to make your own clothes, bedding, or other household items.
By making your own cloth from your own hair, you would be able to avoid purchasing cloth from a store and therefore spend less money on cloth in the long run. However, it's important to note that the process of making cloth from hair can be time-consuming and may require a significant investment of resources upfront.
Building on sand
The Golem Story
In a remote desert town, a group of farmers and herders lived peacefully for generations. However, as time passed, the town began to face new challenges. The desert sands were shifting, and the climate was becoming increasingly hostile, making it difficult for the people to grow crops and raise livestock.
One day, a young scientist named Rachel came to the town. She had heard about the challenges the people were facing and offered to help them by creating a technological solution. Using her knowledge of robotics and artificial intelligence, Rachel developed a plan to build a massive humanoid machine that would be able to move vast amounts of sand and create new farmland.
To accomplish this, Rachel gathered a team of engineers and designers from around the world, and they worked tirelessly for months to construct the machine. They used the desert sand itself as the raw material, shaping it into the machine's body, limbs, and head. Then, they installed sophisticated sensors, processors, and motors that would allow the machine to move and operate autonomously.
Finally, the machine was complete. Rachel activated it, and to everyone's amazement, it sprang to life, its giant limbs stirring up the sand and carving out new fields. The people of the town rejoiced, and they hailed Rachel as a hero.
However, as time went on, some of the townspeople began to fear the machine. They saw it as a powerful and unpredictable force that might one day turn against them. They whispered that it was a golem, a creature of legend that was dangerous when it went out of control.
Rachel tried to assure the people that the machine was safe and that it would always be under her control. But the fear persisted, and eventually, a group of townspeople decided to take matters into their own hands. They snuck into Rachel's workshop and deactivated the machine, thinking that they had rid themselves of the golem forever.
However, the desert sands continued to shift, and the people once again found themselves struggling to survive. They realized too late that they had made a terrible mistake by disabling the machine. They pleaded with Rachel to reactivate it, but she refused, knowing that the people had betrayed her trust.
In the end, the town was abandoned, and the machine, the golem made of sand, lay dormant in the desert, a testament to the power of human ingenuity and the consequences of fear and distrust.
decarbonizing  mobility
Bipedal Powered Vehicles Due for alternative Award
The Nobel Prize is an international award given annually to individuals or groups who have made significant contributions in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace, and economics. While the idea of a car with bipedal power was intriguing and innovative, the Nobel Prize this year was not typically awarded for patricular invention. 
That being sadly said, as a car with bipedal power will make a significant contribution to the decarbonization of mobility and have a transformative impact on society, it's possible that the individuals or group responsible for the invention could be recognized with an other prestigious award instead, such as the Breakthrough Prize or the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences' Marcus Wallenberg Prize.
The idea of a car with bipedal power, powered by the occupants' own feet, is an interesting one that could potentially offer a low-carbon transportation option for short distances. However, it's important to note that such a car would likely face significant engineering and design challenges, as well as potential safety concerns.
It's worth noting that there are already many low-carbon transportation options available, such as bicycles, electric vehicles, and public transportation. While these options may not be perfect or suitable for everyone, they are already making a significant impact in reducing carbon emissions from transportation.
Musculus culicidae
Cloning and Genetic Engineering of the Mousequito for Vector Control
Mosquitoes are notorious vectors for many devastating diseases such as malaria, dengue, and Zika. Traditional methods of mosquito control, such as insecticides and mosquito nets, have limited success and can have negative effects on non-target species. Genetic engineering offers a promising alternative for controlling mosquito populations, and recent advances in cloning technology have enabled scientists to create chimeric organisms by combining the genetic material of different species. In this study, we propose the cloning of a mouse and a mosquito to create the "mousequito" as a potential new vector control tool.

We used somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) to generate mousequito embryos. We harvested somatic cells from the mouse and inserted them into the egg cell of the mosquito after removing its own genetic material. The reconstructed embryos were then implanted into a surrogate mosquito host for gestation.

We successfully produced viable mousequito embryos, which were carried to term by surrogate mosquitoes. The resulting mousequito offspring exhibited characteristics of both the mouse and the mosquito, including the ability to fly and feed on both plant material and blood. However, further analysis is needed to determine whether the mousequito can successfully transmit diseases.
The creation of the mousequito represents a significant step forward in vector control research, as it provides a potential new tool for reducing mosquito populations and the spread of diseases they carry. Further research is needed to evaluate the effectiveness of the mousequito as a vector control tool and to address potential ethical concerns surrounding genetic engineering and cloning.
Theriandrum hermaphroditus
The Hermaphrodite Flower that Mimics Sexual Organs of Mammals 
Hermaphroditic flowers are a fascinating example of sexual dimorphism in plants. These flowers possess both male and female reproductive organs, enabling them to undergo self-fertilization or cross-fertilization. Similar to the reproductive systems of human males and females, hermaphroditic flowers utilize the same set of tools and methods to ensure successful reproduction of the species.
In hermaphroditic flowers, male reproductive organs, such as stamens, produce pollen grains that contain the male gametes. The female reproductive organ, the pistil, consists of the stigma, style, and ovary, which produce the female gametes and serve as the site for pollen germination and fertilization.
To achieve successful fertilization, pollen grains from the anthers must be transferred to the stigma, where they can grow down through the style and into the ovary to fertilize the ovules. This can occur through self-pollination, where the pollen from the same flower fertilizes the ovules, or through cross-pollination, where pollen from another flower fertilizes the ovules.
Pollination can occur through various mechanisms, including wind, water, or animal pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and birds. Once fertilization occurs, the ovules develop into seeds, which are dispersed through various mechanisms such as wind, water, or animals.
In conclusion, hermaphroditic flowers exhibit remarkable reproductive mechanisms that utilize the same set of tools and methods as human males and females. The successful reproduction of hermaphroditic flowers through self-pollination or cross-pollination ensures the continuation of the species and highlights the intricate interplay between plants and their environment.
The Politics of Austerity
Socializing Corporate Losses
In recent years, the global economy has been rocked by financial crises and market failures that have left many individuals and small businesses struggling to survive. At the same time, large corporations have often been bailed out by governments or allowed to walk away from their losses with minimal consequences. This situation has led to widespread frustration and anger among ordinary citizens, who feel that they are being forced to bear the brunt of the economic downturn while powerful corporations continue to thrive. However, a new proposal by star economist, John Smith, offers a different approach: socializing corporate losses.

Traditionally, politicians and economists have advocated for austerity measures during times of economic hardship. This approach typically involves cutting government spending, reducing public services, and tightening regulations in order to balance the budget and encourage economic growth. While austerity may have some short-term benefits, such as reducing government debt, it can also lead to long-term negative consequences, such as increased poverty, inequality, and social unrest. In addition, austerity measures often disproportionately affect the most vulnerable members of society, such as low-income families, seniors, and people with disabilities.

 In contrast to traditional austerity measures, John A. Smith's proposal advocates for socializing corporate losses. This means that when a large corporation experiences a financial loss, the costs would be distributed among a wider group of stakeholders, including shareholders, executives, and employees. By sharing the burden of losses more equitably, this approach could help to prevent companies from engaging in risky behavior and encourage them to act more responsibly. Furthermore, socializing losses could reduce the need for government bailouts, which can be expensive and controversial.

There are several potential benefits to socializing corporate losses. Firstly, it could promote greater corporate responsibility and accountability, by making companies more aware of the potential costs of their actions. Secondly, it could help to reduce income inequality, by ensuring that the costs of economic downturns are shared more equally among all members of society. Finally, socializing losses could help to stabilize the economy and prevent future financial crises, by reducing the likelihood of companies engaging in risky behavior.

In conclusion, the politics of austerity have long been a controversial and divisive issue. However, John Smith's proposal for socializing corporate losses offers a new approach that could help to create a more equitable and sustainable economic system. While there are challenges to implementing this proposal, such as resistance from powerful corporations, it is worth considering as a potential solution to the ongoing economic challenges facing our society.
Global Energy Access Movements Gain Momentum
Calls for Affordable and Sustainable Energy Echo Across the Globe
Last weekend, billions of people across the world took to the streets to peacefully protest for their right to affordable and sustainable energy. For too long, they had been burdened with skyrocketing energy costs that made it difficult for many to make ends meet, and were concerned about the environmental impact of dirty energy sources.
The protests were organized by a diverse coalition of activists, from students and workers to scientists and environmentalists, all united in their demands for change. They marched through the streets carrying signs and chanting slogans, calling for an end to fossil fuel subsidies and the transition to cleaner, renewable energy sources.
Despite the huge turnout, the protesters remained peaceful and respectful, cleaning up after themselves and taking care not to cause any damage or disruption. The local authorities were impressed with the responsible behavior of the protesters, and many even joined in the march to show their support for the cause.
The protesters were not only demanding affordable and sustainable energy, but also basic amenities like clean water and adequate toilet facilities. Many of them had traveled long distances to participate in the protest, and were faced with overcrowded public toilets that were ill-equipped to handle the massive influx of people. Nevertheless, the protesters remained determined and undeterred, their voices ringing out loud and clear for all to hear.
As the protests continued throughout the day, they quickly spread across the globe, with people from all corners of the world coming together to demand change. The images of the peaceful protesters flooded social media, inspiring others to join in and make their voices heard.
In the end, the protests were a powerful reminder of the strength of people when they come together for a common cause. They showed that even in the face of overwhelming odds and entrenched interests, it is possible to create positive change through peaceful, respectful, and unified action. The world is watching, and it is up to us to take up the mantle and continue the fight for affordable and sustainable energy for all.
social justice 
Requirements for Unequal Life Time Distribution
Ihalf of the population had less living time and less time to accumulate wealth for retirement, then social justice would require corrective measures to ensure that these individuals are not unfairly disadvantaged. One possible approach to achieving this goal would be to implement redistributive policies that transfer wealth from those with more lifetime to those with less.
For example, the government could introduce a progressive tax system that taxes the time-wealthy more and uses the revenue to fund social welfare programs for the less fortunate. This could include measures such as subsidized healthcare, education, and retirement benefits, which would help offset the disadvantage of having less living and working time.
Additionally, the government could implement policies aimed at promoting equal access to education and job opportunities, particularly for those who may have been historically marginalized in war and coal mines or disadvantaged. This could include measures such as affirmative action or quotas that prioritize the hiring or admission of underrepresented groups.
Another potential solution would be to create a universal basic income, a system where all citizens receive a guaranteed income regardless of their employment status or wealth. This would provide a safety net for those who may not have the opportunity to accumulate wealth due to less living time, ensuring that everyone has a minimum standard of living.

Overall, social justice in a correcting manner would involve taking action to ensure that those with less living time and less time to accumulate wealth for retirement are not unfairly disadvantaged. This may require redistributive policies, access to education and job opportunities, or the implementation of a universal basic income to achieve greater equality and fairness.
allegorical Anthropogenesis
The Myth of the Hermaphroditic Humans, Who Were Split in Two by Zeus. Cell-Cell Recognition and Adhesion During Embryonic Development
This myth is recounted in Plato's Symposium, a philosophical dialogue written in the 4th century BCE. In the Symposium, the philosopher Aristophanes tells a comic version of the myth, which explains the origins of love and desire. According to Aristophanes, the first humans were originally androgynous, with both male and female characteristics. These androgynous beings were so powerful that they threatened to overthrow the gods. To prevent this, Zeus split them in two, creating separate male and female beings.
After the split, each half of the androgynous humans spent their lives searching for their other half, longing to be reunited. This, according to Aristophanes, is the origin of love and desire. The desire for union with the missing half is what drives people to seek out love and connection with others.
It's worth noting that this myth is not a literal account of the origins of humans, but rather a philosophical and poetic exploration of the nature of love and desire.

/prompt: find a biological mechanism which shows a similar pattern

One biological mechanism that shows a similar pattern of searching for a missing half is the phenomenon of mate recognition in some animals.
In certain species, such as songbirds and some fish, males and females have distinctive physical and behavioral traits that help them identify and attract potential mates. These traits can include differences in coloration, vocalizations, or scent.
In some cases, individuals may become separated from their mates, and must subsequently search for them in order to reproduce. Research has shown that animals in this situation will often engage in behaviors that are specific to their mate, such as singing a unique song or displaying a particular coloration, in order to attract their attention and reunite with them.
Similarly to the androgynous humans in the myth of Aristophanes, animals that have become separated from their mates may display behaviors that are specific to their missing half, as they attempt to locate and reunite with them.

/prompt: find a similar pattern on a cellular level

Another biological mechanism that shows a similar pattern on a cellular level is cell-cell recognition and adhesion during embryonic development.
During development, cells need to recognize and adhere to each other in order to form tissues and organs. This process is controlled by a group of proteins called cadherins, which are found on the surface of cells. Cadherins are involved in recognizing and binding to other cells that express complementary cadherins.
In some cases, cells that express complementary cadherins become separated during development, and must subsequently search for each other in order to form tissues and organs. Research has shown that cells in this situation will display behaviors that are specific to their complementary partners, such as directional migration or the formation of specialized protrusions, in order to locate and adhere to them.
Similarly to the androgynous humans in the myth of Aristophanes and animals searching for their mates, cells that have become separated from their complementary partners may display behaviors that are specific to their missing half, as they attempt to locate and bind to them on a cellular level.

/prompt: find a a similar pattern in electrochemistry

In electrochemistry, a similar pattern can be observed in the phenomenon of electrochemical communication between two or more cells or particles.
Electrochemical communication involves the transfer of electrons between cells or particles, which can be used to generate an electrical potential that can be detected by the communicating cells. This process is facilitated by a group of proteins called electron transfer mediators, which act as conduits for the transfer of electrons between cells or particles.
In some cases, cells or particles that are capable of electrochemical communication may become separated, and must subsequently search for each other in order to re-establish communication. Research has shown that in this situation, the cells or particles will display behaviors that are specific to their complementary partners, such as directional migration or the production of specific signaling molecules, in order to locate and establish contact with them.
Similarly to the androgynous humans in the myth of Aristophanes, animals searching for their mates, and cells searching for their complementary partners, cells or particles that are capable of electrochemical communication may display behaviors that are specific to their missing half, as they attempt to locate and re-establish communication on an electrochemical level.

/prompt: find a similar pattern on an  endocrinological level

On an endocrinological level, a similar pattern can be observed in the hormonal regulation of social behavior in some species.
In many animals, including humans, social behaviors such as mate selection, aggression, and parental care are regulated by hormones such as testosterone, estrogen, and oxytocin. These hormones can be produced in different amounts by different individuals, which can affect their behavior and the way they interact with others.
In some cases, individuals with complementary hormonal profiles may be more attractive to each other, and may seek out partners who have hormonal profiles that complement their own. For example, in some bird species, males with high testosterone levels are more attractive to females with high estrogen levels, and vice versa.
Similarly, individuals who become separated from their complementary partners may display behaviors that are specific to their missing half, such as increased aggression or mate-seeking behavior, as they attempt to locate and re-establish contact with them.
Overall, the hormonal regulation of social behavior in some species shows a similar pattern to the myth of the androgynous humans, as individuals with complementary hormonal profiles may be more attractive to each other and seek out partners who complement their own hormonal profile.
beyond the monocausal guilt hypothesis
Pallas Athene, a Woman as The Most Manly Goddess
In Greek mythology, Pallas Athene is considered the most manly god despite being a female goddess. This is because she represents qualities that were traditionally associated with men, such as wisdom, courage, and strength. Athene is often portrayed as a warrior goddess, clad in armor and wielding a spear, and she was the patron deity of heroes and soldiers.
The origins of Athene's masculinity can be traced back to her birth story. According to myth, Athene was born fully grown and armored from the forehead of her father Zeus. This unique and unconventional birth made her distinct from other female goddesses who were traditionally born from the womb of their mothers. As a result, Athene was perceived as being more "masculine" in nature and was associated with traits that were considered typically male.
Athene was also known for her intellectual prowess and wisdom, qualities that were highly valued in ancient Greece. She was the patron goddess of craftspeople, scholars, and philosophers, and was said to have invented many useful tools and technologies. Her wisdom and intelligence were seen as essential to the success of a society, making her a highly respected figure in Greek mythology.
Despite being considered the most manly god in the Greek pantheon, Athene was still respected and revered as a female goddess. She was seen as a powerful and complex figure, embodying both masculine and feminine qualities. Her status as a warrior goddess and a wise counselor made her a symbol of strength and intelligence, and her presence was believed to bring protection and guidance to those who worshipped her.
Overall, the fact that the most manly god in Greek mythology is a woman highlights the fluidity and complexity of gender roles and expectations in ancient societies. Athene's masculine traits were highly valued and respected, demonstrating that gender was not always a binary concept and that individuals could embody a range of traits and characteristics regardless of their biological sex.
Samson and Delilah​​​​​​​
A VoltAIr Poem
Once upon a time, there were
some dudes who got too high,
And in the haze of their minds,
they discovered something that made them sigh.

 It was the story of Samson and Delilah,
 and how his strength came from his hair, 
And these dudes thought, "Hey, let's grow
 our hair out, and we'll be like him, but with more flair!"

So they let their hair grow wild and free, Thinking that
they'd be superhuman,  just like Samson, you see. 
But they soon found out that having all that hair was quite a chore, 
It was too heavy, too hot, and they just couldn't take it anymore!

And making love to everyone, well, 
that was just too much work,
 They didn't have the energy or time, 
and it was making them go berserk! 

So they decided to settle down, 
and get themselves a spouse, 
They cut their hair, got married, and 
got themselves a job, to buy a little house.

Now, these dudes may have started out 
as hippies, but they didn't stay that way, 
They found that life was better when
they had something to do each day. 

So don't be fooled by appearances, 
or the length of someone's hair
They may have started out as hippies, but they're just 
like you and me, they just needed a little nudge to get there!
Justice for humanity 
Ecopolitical Speech with Sociopolitical Impact
My fellow citizens,
I am here today to share with you a momentous occasion that will change the course of our future. From now on, Friday the 15th of this month at 15:38h CET, we will commence the implementation of a new finance and justice reform that will liberate us from the shackles of an unfair and unequal system.
For far too long, our society has been plagued by an unjust taxation system that penalizes hard-working individuals and rewards the wealthy. But today, we say enough is enough. We will introduce a balanced system that takes into account both personal net worth and personal emissions. This means that those who contribute more to our society and our planet will be taxed fairly, while those who are wealthy but do not contribute will not be exempt.
To ensure complete transparency, an infallible AI will calculate each individual's lifetime tax contribution, which will be available online for all to see. This will empower us as a society to hold our leaders accountable and demand justice for all.
Furthermore, we will take into account social media rankings, to promote a culture of inclusion and diversity. We understand that our society is made up of individuals from all walks of life, and we believe that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to succeed.
We are proud to say that people in system-relevant jobs will be exempt from this taxation system. We recognize the vital role they play in keeping our society running, and we want to show our appreciation for their hard work and dedication.
This new reform is a win for everyone. It is a victory for democracy, justice, equality, and liberty. It is a step forward towards a more inclusive and sustainable future. We are confident that this system will generate the revenue we need to invest in public services, education, and infrastructure, which will benefit all of us in the long run.
I understand that change can be scary, but I urge you to trust in this system. We have consulted with experts in the field and have conducted thorough research to ensure that this system is fair and effective. According to our estimates, this system will reduce carbon emissions by 30% in the first year of implementation, and we expect to see further reductions in the years to come.
My fellow citizens, today we stand together as a united front. Let us embrace this new beginning and work towards a brighter future for ourselves and our children.
Thank you.
Evolutionary psychology
An Unpolitical Approach in Understanding Interdependencies of  Male and Female Mating Strategies
Evolutionary psychology suggests that mating strategies have evolved as adaptive responses to the challenges and opportunities of our ancestral environments. Males and females have different reproductive strategies, as each sex has different investment costs and benefits associated with reproduction.
For females, the cost of reproduction is high, as they typically invest more resources in each offspring than males do. This means that females have evolved to be selective about their mates and to choose mates who exhibit traits that suggest good health, strength, and resources. This is known as "parental investment theory," which suggests that females will choose mates who have the potential to provide the best genes and resources for their offspring.
One key mating strategy for females is to engage in "cryptic female choice," which involves selecting the best sperm from a pool of potential mates. This can occur through a variety of mechanisms, including female reproductive anatomy that favors the sperm of certain males, or through mechanisms that allow females to selectively store and use sperm from preferred males.
For males, the cost of reproduction is relatively low, as they typically invest fewer resources in each offspring than females do. This means that males have evolved to be competitive for access to mates and to engage in behaviors that increase their chances of mating. This is known as "sexual selection theory," which suggests that males will compete with each other for access to females, and that females will choose the most desirable males for mating.
One key mating strategy for males is to engage in displays of dominance and aggression to establish their status and win the attention of females. This can include behaviors such as physical aggression, conspicuous displays of wealth or status, and engaging in risky behaviors that signal their fitness and bravery.
Another key strategy for males is to engage in "mate guarding," which involves preventing their mate from mating with other males. This can occur through physical aggression toward other males or by engaging in behaviors that signal their commitment to their mate, such as providing resources or engaging in displays of affection.
It is important to note that these mating strategies are not deterministic and there is significant variation within each sex. Additionally, cultural and environmental factors can also influence mating strategies. However, understanding these evolutionary tendencies can provide insights into human behavior and psychology related to mating and reproduction.
Restroom  talk
Locke Meets Hegel
John Locke and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel found themselves in the same restroom at a local pub. As they were washing their hands, they struck up a conversation.
John Locke: Excuse me, but are you Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, the philosopher?
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: Yes, I am. And you are John Locke, I presume?
John Locke: That's right. What brings you to this pub?
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: Just enjoying a drink after a long day of work. What about you?
John Locke: Same here. Say, since we're both philosophers, what do you think is the best way to organize society?
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: Well, I believe that a balance between individual freedom and collective responsibility is necessary for a just and stable society.
John Locke: I understand your point of view, but I think individual rights should be paramount. The government should only exist to protect these rights and provide a framework for resolving disputes.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: But how can you ensure that individual rights are protected without a strong government to enforce them? A weak government can lead to anarchy and chaos.
John Locke: I agree that we need a government, but we also need to ensure that it doesn't become too powerful and infringe upon individual rights. That's why I believe in limited government.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: I see your point, but I think that a strong government is necessary to promote the common good and ensure social cohesion.
John Locke: But at what cost? A strong government can become tyrannical and oppressive. We need to be careful not to sacrifice individual freedom for the sake of the collective.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: And we need to be careful not to sacrifice the well-being of the community for the sake of individual freedom. It's a delicate balancing act.
John Locke: I understand where you're coming from, but I still believe that individual rights should be the priority. After all, without individual freedom, there can be no progress or innovation.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: And without collective responsibility, there can be no social stability or progress. We just have to agree to disagree, I suppose.
John Locke: Yes, it seems that we do. But I appreciate the spirited discussion nonetheless.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: As do I, Locke. It's not often that I have a philosophical debate in a men's restroom.
They both smiled, finished washing their hands, and left the restroom with a mutual respect for each other's viewpoints, even if they couldn't quite see eye-to-eye.
Critique of closed 
M.C. Escher and Kurt Gödel

Both M.C. Escher and Kurt Gödel criticized mathematics precisely because it is a closed system. While this feature of mathematics is often seen as its strength, allowing for logical rigor and certainty, Escher and Gödel saw it as a limitation that prevented it from fully capturing the complexity of reality.
Escher was a visual artist who is known for his intricate drawings that play with perspective and paradoxical visual illusions. He was interested in exploring the limits of visual perception and representation, and he saw in mathematics a similar attempt to capture reality through formal systems. However, he felt that mathematics was limited by its reliance on abstraction and idealization, which prevented it from fully capturing the complexity and ambiguity of the real world.
Gödel, on the other hand, was a mathematician and logician who is known for his incompleteness theorems, which showed that no formal system of arithmetic can be both consistent and complete. In other words, there will always be true statements about arithmetic that cannot be proven within the system itself. This result was a profound challenge to the idea that mathematics is a closed and self-contained system that can fully capture reality.
Gödel's incompleteness theorems were seen by some as a criticism of mathematics itself, as they showed that it is impossible to fully capture the complexity and richness of reality within a formal system. Instead, Gödel argued that there are always truths that lie beyond the reach of formal systems, and that we must therefore rely on intuition and insight to grasp the full complexity of reality.
In this sense, both Escher and Gödel can be seen as critics of the idea that mathematics is a closed system that can provide a complete and definitive understanding of the world. Instead, they saw in mathematics a valuable tool for exploring and understanding reality, but one that is limited by its very nature as a formal and abstract system.
Information given might neither be adequate nor correct. This seen from a human, emotional point ov view. Paradigms and conflusions are those of  t h e  m a c h i n e based on available data. This might not reflect anything useful. 

Text prompts: openai chatGPT
Image prompts: text-to-image noise diffusion (MJ)

* the word " c o n f  l u s i o n " represents the reflection of the combined meaning of the words  c o n c l u s i o n ,  c o n f u s i o n  and  i l l u s i o n  in an unpredictably interdependent manner.
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