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digital-consciousness

A Case for Death:
The Tyrannical Nightmare of Digitized Consciousness

Like many millennials, I feel a societal expectation that I’m bound to eagerly accept just about any groundbreaking thing remotely resembling a new technological convenience: apps to help me focus, trackers to help me get more fit, an Amazon Alexa blinking in my living room, recording my every word. However, technologists like Ray Kurzweil are […]

Spiral Galaxy with Atom Shadow

Infinity Is God

In a mind-boggling research experiment reported in the news last summer, Australian scientists photographed the shadow of a single atom, which resulted in the following incredible image: It’s a wonderful display of the micro reflecting the macro: As above, so below. If it looks familiar, it should–It’s a ubiquitous formation in nature, and perhaps even […]