Dildosphere

1. The end of bio-diversity: Perhaps a while before but certainly after the agricultural revolution, we humans as one of the many species dominated the earth and killed off or domesticated all the other species. We redefined the earth’s gene pool according to our own genetic code. A hundred thousand years ago it would be impossible to guess which of these animals [who populated the earth and if any] would eventually get out of balance and dominate the earth like we did. It turned out to be us who killed the planet’s bio-diversity and instead created a cultural diversity based around our own species.

2. The end of cultural diversity: The cultural diversity did not last long either and after the industrial revolution one of these many cultural codes killed the rest or tamed them to dominate the civilization. Industrial capitalism eradicated all the other cultures and life styles, or largely made them adapt to become yet another implementation of consumerist culture. A thousand years ago it would be difficult to guess what kind of cultural code will dominate the earth, but consumer capitalism turned out to kill the rest of the cultural pluralism and instead created a diversity of consumer goods and products.

3. The end of product diversity: Will the product diversity of today last for ever? Now it’s very difficult to guess what branch of these product groups will eradicate all the other goods to take over the scene in decades to come. But we can always speculate and my blind guess is dildo!

My prediction for the faith of the humanity is that we will swim in an ecosystem of dildos and AIs who serve them, and any other product you see today around yourself will seize to exist, or will be taken out of its traditional “wild” usage – including eggplants and joysticks – and shall serve the amazingly diversified dildosphere from pole to pole! 🕹🐛🌂🍼🏑🍆

Now should we not be pro-active, to preserve the pluralism of our beloved dildosphere? Share if you agree that shafts are shafts, no matter their color, frequency, size or curvature!

Quotes!

I just collected my impulsive status updates on social media during the last year. Here they are, sparks of wisdom humbly left for the humanity!

On Existence:

• Things that don’t exist, exist outside existence.

• Non-existence is non-existent.

• If I existed I would probably be an atheist.

• Our world has this amazing property that we can describe things that don’t exist. Don’t take it for granted.

• Best status updates get the least number of likes, since they’re never written.

On Empathy:

• We don’t believe in Karma, since it doesn’t “exist”. But groups, cultures or species who didn’t believe in Karma, went extinct. Now that is, precisely, Karma.

• “There is no cold. Only absence of heat.” There is no psychopathy. Only absence of empathy.

• “Always forget. But never forgive!” – a forgotten unforgiven dude

• Behind every hill there is an uncanny valley.

• Think, before you act: Transcend, before you scale.

On Truth:

• I can spot patterns in data like very few can. The issue… I find patterns in nothingness, like no one can.

• There are many alphabetical combos with absolutely no meaning. There are also lots of concepts which don’t yet have a name. It’s no shortage of either, we just need an app to connect them. #UberForWords

• Everyone knows that common sense is a reliable source for the truth. Everyone is wrong.

• If the majority believe in something, does it make that thing more valid? Or less valid?

• Can you bring up a particular truthful belief, that the majority of the human society agrees with it? Something that you can confidently claim that the majority of your species – finally – got it totally right. Anything less trivial than “The earth is not flat” is accepted!

On Society and Politics:
I think if I were an American I would – most likely – be already in the streets revolting today oppising the TaxScamBill! Most likely like 99.9%, because chances are that I would be in the 0.1% richest which makes it stupid to oppose it.

• Can America not have a president for four years? Our high school didn’t have a principal for a year and that turned out to be the year with the best results.

• Everyone is unique in their own special way. Stop being like everyone. Stop being unique.

• Radicalism is being a misfit. There’s nothing wrong with radicalism. What’s wrong is in which direction we choose to grow away from the mainstream.

• Mass media journalist goes to Wall Street asking experts: Is Wall Street business model fraud? Makes you wanna go to KFC asking “chicken experts”: Is your fast food chicken-friendly? – Sure ut is. I’ve had KFC for years. It’s awesome!

• Have you noticed that right after you pay for something, it becomes free??

• Sometimes I avoid products that are advertised, seeing a part of my money goes to the ad, and not the product itself. I save that money and pay it to myself later, for self-advertising the alternative product. That’s my secret side job, self-advertiser, with quite some income.

• I understand that they don’t make the weekend longer, like eight days or ten days. Cause that has some mathematical limits.
But why don’t they make it like five or six days?? What’s the excuse for that?

• We should try to see the positive in everything, and at least the positive thing about our society is that it is more forward-thinking and progressive than tomorrow!

On Life:

• If we come from creationists, why are there still creationists?

• Which species you think will survive the end of the world?

• We are not made to understand the world, or to enjoy it. We are made to survive it. Strangely enough, we understand it a tiny bit, and enjoy it, but will never survive it.

• Do mosquito know what’s going on in the air they swims through, with all the radio frequencies and control signals humans transmit? Would mosquitos and humans have any idea if super intelligent beings run technologies parallel to their lives? Should we ask mosquitos?

• What if perception and action converge in small scales? Things observe their observer. And affect what is trying to affect them a little earlier.

• If copying the info of life was possible, say 3D printing it remotely with some form of radiation, wouldn’t it be much faster way to colonize distant planets instead of phisically travelling to them with our luggage? Astrobiology at the speed of light.

• Aliens in the southern part of the galaxy have tgus weird accent the way they typically send those cosmic rays.

• It’s important to understand that aliens are not alien to themselves, to their wife and children and to the waiters at their local pub.

• Do we have anything that moves, while doing photosynthesis?
Why on earth do we not if they do?

On Astronomy:

• Happy first day of spring, vernal equinox, and all other types of equinox “whethever” they occur. (* wherever and whenever in spacetime.)

• Did you know that Solar eclipses are typically darker at nights and less harmful to stare at when they don’t happen during the day? Did you know that looking at eclipse is even more dangerous when the Moon that blocks the sun is a full moon? Just look up “solar eclipse by full moon at night”.

Robots Take Over

“The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.”
– Stephen Hawking

“I am in the camp that is concerned about superintelligence.”
– Bill Gates

“If I were to guess what our biggest existential threat is, it’s probably artficial intelligence.”
– Elon Musk

“I would have made you my bitch, if I were smarter than you!”
– Søren