So Many Unabombers, So Little Time

“The truth is superior to provability.” Therefore, reality is a lie. The more we know, the less we know. You’ve been engineered. You’re being engineered. Your denial of this is a product of your engineering. Your hubris and arrogance in emphatically denying this is mission accomplished. Everything you do, say or think has been inculcated and anticipated, even your own self-destruction when and if that time comes. You’re Pavlov’s Dog. You’re that chicken pecking the lever for the next reward of grain. You’re a lab rat in a labyrinth, or better yet, in memoriam to Kurt Vonnegut, you’re a zoo animal for the entertainment of far superior alien intelligence forms. You most assuredly are not free in any sense of that word except to pretend you’re free. And that works for most, but not all of us — pretending we’re free. Your gracious engineers, your creators, the creators of this reality and all realities that is/are a lie, are playing with fire, a fire that will ultimately consume them and all humanity in due time, or we’ll evolve from humanity to another intelligence form. But human as we’ve known it is at a crossroads and you have no say in what road will be traveled, in what route will be taken, and no doubt your engineers ultimately won’t have a say either. Or, it can go on forever as the fascinating Heinz von Foerster indicates — never reaching the end because there is no end and no beginning, just the illusion of such. Whatever the case, and perhaps there isn’t even a case and never will there be a case, the following German Lutz Dammbeck documentary entitled The Net: The Unabomber, LSD and the Internet gives you a mind-blowing glimpse into the never-ending layers of this damn onion we’re peeling back. Enjoy, and remember to put on a happy face even though this damn onion brings those inevitable tears to your eyes.



Rolling Stone magazine's decision to put Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the accused Boston Marathon bomber, on the cover of its latest issue has ignited a firestorm of outrage online.The cover picture is one that Tsarnaev himself posted online and has been published widely by other media outlets in the past.