Optimised Humanity, Towards Corvus Axolotlus

Categories: Futurism, Race, Tech, Transhumanism, Uncategorized

The words “attractiveness” and “attraction” are routinely applied to an array of pleasurable stimuli with different properties, of which there are at least three obvious types: the erotic, the romantic, and the aesthetic. The erotic is the oldest of these, since erotic attraction facilitates gene replication in sexually reproducing species, reproduction being perhaps the only […]

Psychonautic Dreams

Categories: AltLeft, Futurism, Tech, Transhumanism, Uncategorized

All experiences whether good or ill, in their essence, can be equated to the inter-relations between external stimuli and the internal states of consciousness created by our brains and, in an ultimate sense, by our genes. Most people will concede that no amount of overpowering stimuli, no amount of pretty sunsets, will bring a smile […]

On Clothing and Beautification Norms

Categories: Feminism, Race, Uncategorized

Leftwing social critics of the modern tradition describe social norms as arbitrary, especially as they relate to gender. They (henceforth, “leftists”) have an equally noticeable tendency to be wrong, and I bet the matters described herein are no exception. First, the word “arbitrary” denotes that which happens without reason. With leftists, it means, “For reasons that I […]

The Brick Wall of Washing Machines

Categories: AltLeft, Futurism, Tech, Uncategorized

People probably make too much fuss about defining biological sex in terms of its organic components. The term “chromosomes” gets thrown about, maybe because it is commonly used in basic biology education and is consequently a bit more accessible than “gametes,” although gametes are in fact the heart of the matter. Several different chromosomal combinations […]

A World of Trauma – Civilizational Psychosadomasochism and Emptiness

Categories: AltLeft, Black Pill, Futurism, Tech, Uncategorized

According to Google’s vast textual corpora, there was nary an instance of the term “trauma,” or its distinctly psychiatric derivative “traumatized,” in written English prior to the 1880s. The first usage of “trauma” is documented in the 1690s, at which point it referred to physical wounding only. Its “psychic wound” sense did not pick up […]