Posts Tagged ‘Truth

24
Feb
20

Laughing behind the news

Not quite getting the context behind the subtext, reading things into things that are not actually there (das ding an nich sich (sic)), having trouble figuring out how many races one one actually won.

Introducing the idiots guide to the noumenal world for first time users, the field guide bringing your fingertips almost within the grasp of the world outside of your own head. Been seeing shadows lurking in the shadows of walls, circles without radii, having nightmares that a puppet is threatening to interfere with your bodily functions, or waking up from dreaming to find you are stuck in a large rhomboidal, concrete box while the seas rise inexorably in a badly broken world in need of repair?

Experience the path to pure deductive reasoning without resorting to actually considering the many ways in which your perceptions irrevocable alter reality. The idiots guide to the noumenal world will add perspective, as your realise that the world could not give a shit about any of your feelings, hopes or dreams and we are all simply an entropic coagulation of stardust parsing information in an infinity of stuff that we will never understand. Stop worrying about tomorrow, it will never actually come and when it doesn’t, it will magically be today. The idiots guide to the noumenal world, today’s, today, today.

Guide only applies to your own reality, time is a construct, not a real phenomenon but none the less utilised to structure our collective entropic existence and as such can be useful, for example, when using transport. Time, the day after tomorrow and the noumenal world are legally protected entities within the big water corporation and are used with or without permission of the author.

11
Feb
20

Sin

We, the sellers of “sin stocks”, the military industrial pharmaceutical complex, the purveyors of guns, sex, money, and/or drugs invite you to share the profit from the reluctance of the majority to be associated with “sin” by entering the market for the time-sharing of sins. Following the successful incorporation of sin with an objectively artificially limited useful life, sin has now become forgiven, unfashionable, and/or no longer able to send you to hell, after and/or before consumption.

A sin shared is a sin after all halved and half a sin halved again has the exponential potential to become barely a sin at all. We are also offering fractional ownership of slightly less sinful sins; fringe sins for the discerning, hipster style sinner. The infinite scalability of the gravity of sins allows us to exchange a trendy small white sin for as little as the flavour of your salt and/or some of the luminescence beneath your bushel. Cross your own private Rubicon within your limited lifetime and in we will throw, (and for free) the sin of omission: “Thou shalt not kill but needst not strive, officiously, to keep another alive”.

Addendum: Mortal sins such as the aforementioned killing are not yet for public consumption as the destruction of the grace of God in the heart of the sinner is absolutely absolute and as such mortal sin is really only safe for corporations.

13
May
19

With(out) power

The digital transformation

No power
No music
No social network
No money
No food

Just in time infrastructure
Uses energy to arrive
just in time
to keep us alive

I made a hard copy
of my wife and daughter
just in case the power goes out

27
Mar
18

Never buy back your soul

Being afraid that one is not explicit enough

So, the Basel mode

main purpose being to demonstrate
how and why discourse analysis
can never satisfy the scientific approach.

I say
He say
We say
You say

We all talk
Over
And over
And over
And over again

You won’t believe you’re on the eve of destruction.
So you continue with the discourse
About the pathway that takes you there.

11
Mar
18

Morals

Humans invented anthropogenic moralism in order to establish a framework for interacting with each other and with the rest of the planet. This is why we have a moral diversity, because nature is diverse and humans are products of this.

Moralism has however, become largely anthropomorphic and in my opinion this is the greatest moral challenge of our time. We place our highest values on consumption of the natural world without empathising with the implications of this consumption for other forms of life.

If moral absolutism exists, and I think it should, it would be focussed on establishing a true value system that incorporates the impact the entirety of a product’s production chain has on life, rather than simply focussing on the human desire for the final product.

We have been given every indication that our consumption based model is morally absurd as it destroys life, and the ability of the planet to maintain life.

And yet we are increasingly devoted to it as our morals are corrupted to embrace the values of; Lust, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Pride, Envy and Gluttony.

20
Feb
18

Value III

I am not so sure Sonny, most business models disregard the energetic input available to reproduce cyberspace and consumption.

Advertising simply uses natural resources to promote the further use of natural resources. If natural resources are limited, and I can assure you they are, then the business model actually has no social or environmental value.

That is to say the value is purely speculative, and subject to the ability to produce paper/digital profits from the increased use of natural resources.

Our value system is increasingly based on securing short term profits through longer term destruction. Those that profit promote this as a belief which many buy into because the religiosity doesn’t mention the side effects.

Collectively the human race is addicted to a system that promotes anthropogenic egotistical value above life itself. For example, the industry of war is increasingly valuable even though we know the implications.

15
Feb
18

Value

Just wait until they find out, the true value of Facebook and snapchat like things.

All they have to sell is consumption, the goal of which seems to be the destruction of the natural world.

What a ignominious goal for humanity, to worship growth until we run out.

As Plato said, they see but the shadows of things, not the things themselves.

15
Feb
18

Tulips

While it may be rational motive to seek to secure personal profit, it is actually totally irrational to pay a high price for something when the value of the the thing is based on irrationalities.

A tulip has no physical value other than as an ornament, can’t eat it, can’t smoke it, can’t use it to do work.

The only value a tulip held was its ability to increase in mercantile value through mass suggestion.

The rationale, that mass suggestion represents truth, is the very definition of irrationally.

It is what the market uses to convince people that they do not need to worry that the planet is warming, that natural resources and energy are depleting at accelerating rates.

If you didn’t consume, someone else would profit from your lack of consumption.

The main motivating factor of the stultocracy.

09
Feb
18

A fractional reserve

Money is debt,
created by government bonds,
and/or fractional reserve banking,
essentially the same thing.

since decoupling from the gold
Standard money is fiat
the value ascribed an indication
of the confidence of the market
in the medium of exchange

To goal being to siphon a proportion.
Due the ‘inventor’ of the investment opportunity.
Converting a substantial proportion of manufactured debt,
into personal worth.
Is to goal, for every good capitalist.

Even better, if you can.
Leverage the feel good factor,
associated with sustainability.
Seeming to mean,
use everything today before it runs out,
because of the collective investment in debt.

29
Jan
18

Jobs and growth

You all digress

why is jobs and growth the goal of society would be a better question

jobs and growth lead to more growth, to greater GDP, for a more equal basis for which to consume.

Basically, if you have a job you can buy shit

is the shit you buy good for society, the environment,

If you are consuming the world at an unsustainble rate, how can this be good?

did you go from working 3 days a week to,
both parents full time
with the kiddies in day care,
Paying the cost of jobs and growth?

dont look to your politicians for answers
all they promise is more

jobs and growth