Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Background radiation

The danger in socially interacting with the Internet as humans lies in that it depends entirely upon our physical presence and attention.

Technology is improving. People are not.

There are more people suffering now than ever before. Billions of them. Billions of lives. Individual experiences, each reflecting your ability to have your own experiences. Not one of these people deserves to suffer.

There are many doomsday scenarios involving the conquering of our world by machines and computers. This prophecy will come true.

It seems everyone on earth does have a common goal. We dutifully aim to create and support the next apex of the food chain. A botnet consuming vast power will generate and broadcast millions of fuckabytes of useless, chaotic, random data and flood the universe with garbage at our expense.

I've often wondered what "background radiation" really is...

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