gershenfeld something else law
same on issuu
Neil‘s response when asked by pentagon how tech could improve defense/safety):
perhaps we’re clinging to privacy/protection/security/defense et al.. when our protection lies in the seeming chaos.. the order we don’t yet get because it is us emerging.. perhaps we spend our energy\ness …. listening for that…?
huge to this: fromm destructiveness law
the new security is dynamic; it is not based on protection, but on man’s spontaneous activity.. it is the security acquired each moment by man’s spontaneous activity. it is the security that only freedom can give, that needs no illusions because it has eliminated those conditions that necessitate illusions..
Ian Welsh (@iwelsh) tweeted at 5:08 AM – 19 Feb 2020 :
local transit should be made ubiquitous and fast, and all local travel on public transit should just be made free, so that the incentives for private transit are shit.
Make it not make sense to do bad things. Even electric cars are not good. Cars are bad for the environment. (http://twitter.com/iwelsh/status/1230101790789599233?s=17)
Make it not make sense to do bad things.
Can you imagine the world we could build with just half of what we spend destroying it?
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/theyesmen/status/1287175531922890759
If we learn anything from these unprecedented and interconnected crises, it should be that war, police and our cruel carceral system do not make us safe. What makes people safe is having a stable climate, a decent place to live, access to medical care and meaningful work.
Now is the time to fundamentally rethink what security means
ie: gershenfeld sel
best safety for all of us: gershenfeld something else law