Hooked on Animatronics

Categories: AltLeft, Animal Rights, Futurism, Lifestyle, Tech

My recent trip to The Rainforest Cafe got me to thinking about how animatronics should feature more heavily in a hypothetical society. Lacking sentience, animatronics offers humans the potential for an interactive experience with nature, yet without the elements of cruelty and exploitation commonly associated with keeping “live” animals in captivity. Imagine how parks like […]

4 Reasons to Consider Squeezing Into a Micro Apartment

Categories: Architecture, Futurism, Lifestyle

This article originally appeared in Force Fields, Feb, 19 2016 Much controversy has been generated by the recent development of micro apartments and tiny houses. These are smaller than normal living spaces, which in the case of micro apartments often means less than 300 sq ft. They have emerged as an option for environmentally conscious […]

Journey to Vapor Island

Categories: Architecture, Art, Black Pill, Books, Feminism, Futurism, Race, Transhumanism, Uncategorized

Having known artist Robert Stark for about two years (he is still the only person from the political edge-o-sphere that I have met in real life,) I was anxious to finally read his long awaited novel, Journey to Vapor Island. I was of course interested to see how he might creatively incorporate his many personal […]

Arguments and Blueprints

Categories: Futurism, Lifestyle

It’s tempting to debate people. There’s always the hope that the person you’re engaging with can be either be persuaded, or if nothing else be revealed to have less persuasive arguments. Minds of the participants rarely get changed, but in many cases the debates are useful for reaching potentially open minded members of the audience. […]

Interview With Anthony Hamilton on The Stark Truth

Categories: Books, Futurism, Lifestyle, Podcasts, Tech, Transhumanism

I first heard about Anthony Hamilton when I stumbled onto one of his videos a couple years ago called, “Secret to Time Travel: Your Mind as a Time Machine.” I’ve been intrigued by the idea of mental time travel ever since seeing the film, “Somewhere in Time” back on TNT’s Monstervision (which included some memorably […]