about me n stuff
DUH, ask me shit, i ain't got nothing better to do
FUCKING anarcho fucking bike nerd. hating capitalist bullshit culture at the age of 33. Ⓐ // Ⓔ, Ⓥ
People is delusional and stuff. Now go follow my awesome bike blog!
(turns out critical thinking skills and using reason and evidence really piss people off, but bikes are sweet).
i should call this blog "reactionary insults." or how to piss off and alienate all your friends by challenging their absolutist and overly simplified identity politics with skepticism and quantitative data! or, "I reblogg a lot of memes (that would be the most honest title). also check out my other tumblrs, liberated-art-supplies.tumblr.com
(hi, also if i click the heart button on your really fucked up sad personal post it doesn't mean I'm glad bad things are making your life sad. it means i feel bad for you and i empathise with you <3). also if you post something fucked up so you can respond to it I'm clicking the heart to say i agree with you, not the fucked up shit :)
Military men are dumb stupid animals to be used for foreign policy Henry Kissinger (via fuckyeahanarchopunk)
Originally, feathers evolved to retain heat; later, they were repurposed for a means of flight. No one ever accuses the descendants of ancient birds of plagiarism for taking heat-retaining feathers and modifying them into wings for flight. In our current system, the original feathers would be copyrighted, and upstart birds would get sued for stealing the feathers for a different use. Almost all famous discoveries (by Edison, Darwin, Einstein, et al.) were not lightning-bolt epiphanies but were built slowly over time and heavily dependent on the intellectual superstructure of what had come before them. The commonplace book was popular among English intellectuals in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. These notebooks were a depository for thoughts and quotes and were usually categorized by topic. Enquire Within Upon Everything was a commercially successful take-off on the commonplace book in London in 1890. There’s no such thing as originality. Invention and innovation grow out of rich networks of people and ideas. All life on earth (and by extension, technology) is built upon appropriation and reuse of the preexisting.
One thing I have learned in a long life: that all our science, measured against reality, is primitive and childlike — and yet it is the most precious thing we have. An elderly Albert Einstein meditates on science in a letter to Hans Mühsam dated July 9th, 1951. (via explore-blog)
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Real science is a revision in progress, always. It proceeds in fits and starts of ignorance. A fantastic read on how ignorance fuels science and the evolution of knowledge. (via explore-blog)
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