Post-Environmentalism: The Vertical World-City of Our Future

Categories: AltLeft, Architecture, Futurism, Tech, Transhumanism, Uncategorized

When all is said and done, environmentalists are guaranteed to be disappointed. Nature is fucked. Your recent ancestors who lived in the earlier half of the 20th century may have farmed land that nature has now reclaimed. What happened? Labour was cheap then. People were willing to work for whatever money they could get. Since […]

Robert Stark talks to David Cole About LA Malls

Categories: Architecture, Futurism, Lifestyle

Robert Stark and Matthew Pegas talk with David Cole about the history, culture, and aesthetics of LA ‘s Malls. David Cole writes for Takimag and is the author of Republican Party Animal. Show is available here Topics: David and Robert’s background growing up on the Westside of LA The Open Air Century City Shopping Center, […]

Majestic Burger King

Categories: Architecture, Lifestyle

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1wzqry8s3g Unpopular Opinion: Burger King is superior to In-N-Out Burger. In-N-Out’s Double double pales in comparison to a flame broiled Whopper. I only wish that BK would bring back the original Chicken Tenders formula from the 80s. Anyway, enjoy this retro Burger King location, which appears to be relatively unmolested by time. The clueless “updater” […]

Richard Register Discusses “Ecocities”

Categories: Architecture, Futurism, Podcasts

Richard Register recently appeared on The Stark Truth podcast to discuss the concept of ecocities with Robert Stark. I did not appear on this episode, but Robert asked me if I had ever been to Arcosanti, since I’m from Arizona. The answer is no. I’ve never been there. It’s kind of far and an out […]

Roger Blackstone: The Politics of Aesthetics

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Architecture, Art, Books, Futurism, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Blackstone speaks as if he were a god, “I’m Roger Blackstone. I have dedicated my life to advancing civilization and furthering human progress, from finding cures to deadly illnesses, to radical life extension, to building utopian cities. Imagine a world where you can get on a fast train in Miami and be in New York […]