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The Internet, Social Evolution & Ecology

“Good” and “Evil” are context dependent. What is good and orderly for one age is destructive for another. One of the major themes I’ve received from reading Thompson’s Pacific Shift (an out of print book from the 80’s) is that evil often announces the next world order. What appears to be outright horrid for an … Continue reading

Weaving the Sacred Web

It’s obvious that aside from the great potential the internet has, there is also a great deal of negativity, trolling, and destructive behavior online as well. The internet is a manifestation, a reflection of our state of being. I believe this is an important thing to keep in mind as the evolution of technology continues … Continue reading

Ethics, Society and the New Tomorrow

As we spiral deeper and deeper into the information age, the singularity appears to draw near. We can get vast amounts of information at the push of a button—In fact, if we wanted to, we could download vast libraries of books, media and other forms of both entertainment and education. The internet, above all new … Continue reading