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Come on Ingenuity!! @IngenuityNasa 🚁👏👏👏
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RT @saitomri: This is a confounding timeline... does it take just a few months to get the rest of Japan inoculated after the elderly? Curio…
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RT @Rainmaker1973: Yes, worth a try [explanation by @tweetsauce: https://t.co/HKwXIoUYmy] https://t.co/ZmijuSTjBN
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Another day another bike ride https://t.co/saikhdZHV5
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@codybaldwin I'll look in to it when I've got some time (probably in a few months). I'm often wary of that kind of… https://t.co/ET24102PKS
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@Ben_deWaal Kind of a lot to summarize really, two books worth of theory and a podcast response to lecture. But...
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@Ben_deWaal Borders can separate and protect dynamic societies from static societies. Silencing criticism (especially through violent force) to protect a society is the thing that will eventually lead to it’s end, so it is the one thing worth silencing at all costs (incl dying for borders). https://t.co/VxJDLHTxHa
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Quote this with an image from a film you love unconditionally that nobody really talks about. (I just chose 4 sci-fi films that I won’t shut up about instead, I didn’t really follow the rules) https://t.co/h3Tm1PQB8x https://t.co/PiV72b0W8F
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@codybaldwin I’m not sure what you mean by tradition in this context (maybe the podcast would make that clear). But… https://t.co/nEhwAdtEsG
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@codybaldwin I really can’t listen to that any time soon. I don’t have a lot of free time. Summary?
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@naval What is this, Matrix: Revolution?
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@naval E.G. Omega-Point Theory is actually the best scientific framework —but it’s science through (the optimistic madness of) quantum gnosticism https://t.co/LpNzuzHxuW
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RT @MJWarshauer: @codybaldwin Totally apt. My dad used to answer any question my brothers and I asked about why something was the way it wa…
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Learning to code is learning to read. You don’t have to learn to do anything, even read, but society tells us we should because it’s better for everyone. Being able to code is better for everyone because it helps you criticize stuff. Criticism is how we progress into infinity https://t.co/LazE6A7LP8
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@codybaldwin Totally apt. My dad used to answer any question my brothers and I asked about why something was the wa… https://t.co/rEQuxIVVvh
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RT @juliaminuma: It’s 1 year since Abenomask was distributed. Despite 26 billion yen being spent, a poll found the usage rate to be only 3…
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RT @edsbs: what’s Jose Andres doing on TikTok glad you asked it’s nothing normal whatsoever https://t.co/8I2ZLYKAst
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@MJWarshauer This is what someone who isn’t interested in sports posts, lmao. Sorry
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@MJWarshauer Sports are similar to hip-hop in that we prefer the story of the underdog—which often ends up being survivorship bias (and then Authenticity can require adhering to a sort of ‘underdog dogma’?) But what’s more important is the ways sports criticises itself and US culture/trad.
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@Ben_deWaal Borders are used to assure a “tradition of criticism”, but the borders are a form of tradition in themselves, which must be criticized. (I think both traditions/rituals/etc AND criticism are fun, so that’s what I meant in my original statement). State refers to governance, right?
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@Ben_deWaal Interesting thoughts, have you heard these ideas before? https://t.co/am2HrNrjUA
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Rear light on a bedtime thought https://t.co/B7cYjrxdRj
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https://t.co/YKisFDXWvW I don't have an Android, I don't use the default browser (Safari/IE) or Chrome (I use Firefox), I use DDG (not Ggl) for search, gmail is 1/5 emails. I basically never see ads except on Twitter and YouTube, and they are never relevant for me. It's great.