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What happened to nature?
 
Nature has made a determined comeback In the 20 years since Chernobyl's reactor No. 4 turned a...
From A0013237932294
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Example 01 A numerical value is assigned to every letter of the alphabet. Adding the values of all...
From folkert
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If there is one thing I have enjoyed about Space Collective since its inception, it is the polymath...
From rene
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Polytopia
 
The idea is to remain in a state of constant departure while always arriving. Saves on...
From Wildcat
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Polytopia
 
#Polytopia-(the emergence of) - is a work/proposal in progress# We are called to be architects...
From Wildcat
7 comments  16   19 
 
When deciding what first to post here, there were only a few moments of mental debate before the...
From First Dark
5 comments  19   13 
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Polytopia
 
or The rise of the Cyber Unified Civilization “The radical of one century is the...
From Wildcat
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Wildcard
Live feed: A Momentary Flow
Openness to Experience: The Gates...
Openness to Experience: The Gates of the Mind: What does it mean to be “open-minded”? Are some...
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Epiphanies
 
Creation besides being the opposite of annihilation, is the constant state of readjustment,...
From notthisbody
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Polytopia
 
We listen to the voice, the tune of acceleration distributed in million labs, the undercurrent wave...
From Xaos
13 comments  18   13 
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Polytopia
The first decade of the 21st century is about to end in just a few weeks. Among many things, I find most impacting the explosion of knowledge in the field of brain sciences and human behavior in this decade. Though the great riddles of consciousness and the emergence of minds from brains are still open and far from any solution, many connections...
From Spaceweaver
15 comments  17   14 
 
As time marches on, we see the weakening of geographical forces on the lives and activities of...
From Alan Smith
9 comments  12   18 
 
If we recognize that every society is a petri-dish with a particular set of parameters around which...
From meganmay
6 comments  17   11 
 
Perspective makes the single eye the center of the visible world. Everything converges on to the...
From Rourke
11 comments  19   9 
 
As described by Terence McKenna in Ordinary Language, Visible Language and Virtual Reality: The...
From folkert
9 comments  18   10 
 
I very much appreciated the recent discussion Should SpaceCollective be open?, which is a...
From rene
7 comments  20   7 
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The Total Library
 
“Whether the cloud of alternatives that is yet hidden in our eyes; Whether the soft snow that...
From Xaos
3 comments  19   8 
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Polytopia
 
“In the end, we self-perceiving, self-inventing, locked-in mirages are little miracles of...
From Wildcat
3 comments  19   8 
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Polytopia
 
If only you could see what I have seen with your eyes The off-world replicants in Ridley...
From Wildcat
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Recently I came across an interesting argument between Kevin Kelly and Ray Kurzweil wherein the two men discuss the foreseeable future when exponential change will have given rise to computers with superhuman capabilities, unleashing unimaginable levels of intelligence. Whereas Kurzweil sees this event, known as the Singularity, as a...
From rene
15 comments  18   9 
 
Many manifestoes have been written during the last century by architects wanting to lay claim to...
From rene
7 comments  16   10 
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The Total Library
 
Western intellectual tradition looks at Body and Mind as separate things existing in different...
From rene
2 comments  13   13 
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Polytopia
 
Increasingly, we live in a world defined by flat networks. Folks like Clay Shirky, Ben...
From chris arkenberg
8 comments  16   10 
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Polytopia
 
At the very core of being human, at the core of human social and cultural fabric lays the human...
From Spaceweaver
3 comments  16   10 
From joakim
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-- It didn’t go wrong, not exactly wrong that is. I mean, c’mon, who could have predicted the consequences of a technology that seemed on face value so straightforward, so logically consistent with what we know, or as it turned out, thought we knew, of the way the world works. The point, you see, is that whilst the tech was...
From Wildcat
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Polytopia
 
“Come Fairies, take me out of this dull world, for I would ride with you upon the wind and dance...
From Wildcat
2 comments  15   10 
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Polytopia
 
When we launched SpaceCollective towards the end of 2007 we had no idea whether the “forward...
From rene
1 comment  15   10 
 
A collective experiment in re-imagining the Human. A Question to interact: What would you...
From Xaos
13 comments  19   6 
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The Total Library
 
Is language is a purely cultural phenomenon or not? Obviously it's the most successful...
From folkert
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From alborz
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Polytopia
 
part 2 of the series: The rise of the Cyber Unified Civilization Data is not information,...
From Wildcat
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Polytopia
 
Organic Memory of the Posthuman The undercurrent that runs behind our exquisite organ of...
From Xaos
1 comment  18   6 
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Polytopia
 
In Spacewaver’s recent post about the Singularity University he mentions a discussion concerning...
From rene
2 comments  16   8 
 
An often recurring discussion on SpaceCollective concerns the limitations of language, typically...
From rene
6 comments  16   8 
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Polytopia
 
In our upcoming film The Terrestrials, made by a cast and crew of SpaceCollective members and...
From rene
1 comment  14   10 
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Polytopia
This weekend I experienced a snowcrash; a moment where the seemingly disparate pieces of information floating in my head came together. A synapse fired, a new connection was made, and I was brought to a new level of consciousness, a new way of seeing the world. In reading this over, it almost sounds obvious, but it took me a while to get here. I...
From Venessa
7 comments  17   6 
 
Fifty light years away is a GIANT DIAMOND, supposedly the largest in the galaxy, weighing five...
From feanne
5 comments  15   8 
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Polytopia
 
(Part 5 in the series: Mind, the need for a new model) Does consciousness have a shape? It...
From Spaceweaver
2 comments  16   7 
 
It is obvious that we are in dire need of a new kind of language, a language that may be able to...
From Wildcat
40 comments  15   8 
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Polytopia
 
or The rise of the Cyber Unified Civilization (part 4) “Today, after over fifteen years of...
From Wildcat
13 comments  15   8 
 
Patterns in nature, patterns in life, patterns in you, and patterns in us. Are you seeing a...
From Alan Smith
4 comments  13   10 
 
I am a deeply religious nonbeliever. This is somewhat new kind...
From syncopath
6 comments  16   6 
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Polytopia
 
(Or The many kinds of nothings) - Nothings, like infinities, are endless, like infinities,...
From Wildcat
5 comments  14   8 
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Polytopia
 
All the ways about here belong to me! The Red Queen in ‘Through the Looking Glass’ by Lewis...
From Spaceweaver
4 comments  14   8 
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Polytopia
 
What Aesthetics dictates is the political act of infiltrating the sign; to infiltrate and to...
From Xaos
1 comment  16   6 
 
Loosely translated from Chinese as : "May you live in interesting times". This is the...
From Wildcat
3 comments  13   9 
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Polytopia
 
“I believe that consciousness is, essentially, the way information feels when being...
From Wildcat
8 comments  15   7 
 
This article, co-authored by Rene and Megan May, will be published in the Counter Culture issue of...
From rene
9 comments  14   8 
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Polytopia
 
The following lines originate from a discussion that sparked with Kurt, following an article...
From starwalker
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