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Call for Volunteers at Global Future 2045

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Think Twice: A Response to Kevin Kelly on ‘Thinkism’

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Questions on SI Research

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A Brief Summary of Recent Happenings at the Singularity Institute

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People with Experience in Wikipedia Editing?

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Comprehensive List of All Singularity Summit Talks and Video Links

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Rationality Minicamp Photos Online

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Singularity Institute Strategic Plan 2011

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Recent Comments

It's crimethink in the sense that people automatically downvote anything critical of the Enlightenment.

1) Way too many to list here.

2) I still consider a near-future Singularity possible but not likely.

In reference to your first comment, basically yes.

1) The only reason I joined this thread in the first place is because someone attacked me, I don't particularly advocate neoreaction among LW groups, because I understand the community is hyper-liberalized to the point of absurdity.

2) Yes, my es...(read more)

I personally think that many of them are confused. Given that it's a liberal society, I respect people's decisions to do what they want. Yes, strong families are beneficial. Various alternative lifestyles get in the way of that. Eventually societies need to choose between maximizing personal freedom...(read more)

That depends. Was he once a spokesman for the Singularity Institute?

I was media director and also came up for the idea for Singularity Summit, yes.

It promotes gender dysphoria by introducing it where it didn't previously exist.

>...

Read [this](http://www.moreright.net/evolas-best-quote/).

>You, and Moldbug, and advancedatheist, and every other neoreactionary are putting forward specific views of how society should be structured, specific views which is not merely "something other than the present arrangements". There ma...(read more)

To clarify further, I'm not a universalist, so I don't think everyone "should" condemn or approve of any particular individual or group. I said that for groups that care about strong families, they will need to denormalize alternative lifestyles. If groups don't care about strong families, they can ...(read more)