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  • Advantaging all without disadvantaging any - Everything2.com
    nations also results in raising their quality of life The nation providing the power benefits from this setup by the extra income from selling the power it seems obvious to me but I figured I should be explicit Lastly the power grid would discourage war hopefully because i think this might be a stretch for politicians a nation wouldnt want to bomb part of its own power grid cutting off the income from their power customer It seems to me to be an excellent idea While reading about this idea in a Robert Anton Wilson book right where you are sitting now it occurred to me that the internet might be able to provide some of the advantages of the power grid Specifically the discouragement of war as we depend on the internet more and more I like it 2 C s Buckminster Fuller extropy Right Where You Are Sitting Now power grid Spaceship Earth Robert Anton Wilson Streaker Log in or register to write something here or to contact authors Sign in Login Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite

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  • All the tea in China - Everything2.com
    or register to write something here or to contact authors Sign in Login Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Amateur Astronomy Pennsylvania Turnpike How to peel and devein shrimp Do not go gentle into that

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  • Human, All Too Human: Section 45 - Everything2.com
    wherever this concept of good and evil predominates the downfall of individuals their clans and races is near at hand Our present morality is has grown up on the ground of the ruling clans and castes Friedrich Nietzsche Human All Too Human Section 45 An attempt at analysis Some thoughts on what Nietzsche is trying to say in this passage Nietzsche is recommending a re evaluation of the words themselves In the ancient world goodness grew out of virtues such as strength independence and valour evil was spawned out of weakness and impotence Goodness grew out of love self reliance and self confidence the good man could deal with life s problems himself i e requiting good with good evil with evil and so on Evil on the other hand was born of suspicion mistrust and an inability to survive on one s own among other things however the last of the three I mentioned is the most important for it is this impotence which causes the weak to rely on the strong and have contempt for the strong man s ability to decide the weak man s fate The will to power is visible all over the place here The good man of ancient times had power and exercised it and the weak man did not thus the master slave analogy Ultimately though individuals of such heroic proportions as the good man were much fewer than the weak or evil men The weak engaged in their own exercise of the will to power by banding together into a community they inverted the relationship and posited themselves as being good for they knew pity because they all desired it while the strong became evil since the power of the good could not be controlled by the evil any other way they simply marginalized and excluded the good and as I have said inverted the whole relation It was a sort of protective barrier yet it did not solve their problems because they did not only mistrust the strong individuals they mistrusted anyone attempting individuality A look at medieval Christianity confirms this accusations of heresy abounded and unorthodoxy could result in death A fictitious yet nonetheless absorbing account of this social phenomena can be found in Umberto Eco s The Name of the Rose Another key to the good evil dualism is Nietzsche s assertion that our morality is that of ruling castes and clans This of course holds true for the morality of the Homeric epics as well but Nietzsche wants to say that those virtues are actually better than those of Christianity more importantly weak Christianity not the actual Morality of Christ who was decidedly not a weak person if scripture is at all accurate Again this is the will to power the ruling castes make sure that they remain the ruling caste by enforcing their morality and excluding everyone else This is in clear opposition to the morals of the strong which center around the Greek concept of

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  • Now Thank We All Our God - Everything2.com
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  • All these things we'll one day swallow whole - Everything2.com
    of dualing emotions it taps into all at once draining me as the world falls in its place I can feel the crippling breath of bullish time blowing against me while at the same moment claim that yes Mr Blake I can hold eternity in an hour I realize the absurd extent of this pathetic over dramatic experience yet accept that it has arrived and promise myself that I ll be stronger once it moves on Henley says he can see me with my hair pulled back and Wayfarers on as my body feels as though it is dropping into the floorboard When I was 10 I thought the song represented an incredible moment you get as an adult one I couldn t wait to experience But now here in my state at 25 barely maintaining my grip on the wheel I only heard the song as a maudlin advertisement for life s sick humor of so often combining love and pain We swallow them stuck together and us silly little artists choke it back up proudly put it on display for everyone to be moved by it over and over again I didn t want to still like that song it s not that great is it but yes I couldn t help myself I was riding out a scale 5 panic attack with the music as my link to the past and the very muddled present And it reminded me of why I was a foolish artist anyway I have to cough what the world feeds me back up that s the only career I seem to have any foothold in at the moment Hocking emotions So these compelling thoughts of passionate regurgitation are coming as the crest of the attack finally begins to fade I loosen my

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  • Primate of All Scotland - Everything2.com
    2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Amateur Astronomy Pennsylvania Turnpike How to peel and devein shrimp Do not go gentle into that good night How to turn any number into a 9 Mother s Day New Writeups Eternal September idea by Tem42 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary event by Glowing Fish Super bowl babies thing by TheAnglican Not All Who Are Lost Wandered poetry

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  • Consistency is all I ask - Everything2.com
    fish dreaming of land a turtle wanting to fly a man longing for space a tree a tree a tree Asking mother do I smell like trees yet is it enough for him I want to be a tree so I can be part of something big When I grow up I want to be tree When I want a tree Three is a magic number Three times after midnight the clock rang and Cinderella s carriage and dreams turned to mice and dust Three times the cock crowed Syllogism s two constructs prove the third the fallacy of begging the question the slippery slope argument it all runs together He said You Peter the denier are the rock the Rock on which I will build My Church Glorificamus in Deo Song and dance stone and wax papyrus and monks carefully reproduced illuminations are our only record of the fallen empire We keep their gods too but we change their names All history is revisionist because aren t we part of it And aren t we changing always I wish we wouldn t Couldn t I wish it would stop and stay static California redwood unchanging perfect telomeres like tree roots Consistency is all I ask he said ROS an anguished cry Consistency is all I ask GUIL low wry rhetoric Give us this day our daily mask Tom Stoppard Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead I like it 1 C Might be like leftovers Would not taste the same however sweet If you meet the Buddha on the road kill him Jesus undoubtedly said this or something very like it The only winning move is not to play Words speak us Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds These trains will be the

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  • He scribbled with black crayon all over my fairy tale books. - Everything2.com
    always die first Things Fairy Tales have taught me August 26 2005 He s a feminist He tells that to all his mistresses Stories about the injury of male genitalia A stranger on the Platform Grindyma Cotton ghosts June 30 2004 Fate Is The Hunter September 7 2008 She s Gone Fireworks and apple pie and Fourth of July August 13 2005 Finding Neverland The Fairy Funeral Just enough to catch a whiff of dying roses Fairy Tales I am uglier than you imagine box of black crayons Log in or register to write something here or to contact authors Sign in Login Password remember me Lost password Sign up Need help accounthelp everything2 com Recommended Reading About Everything2 User Picks 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Thomas Atkins transfinite induction September 11 2002 Not All Who Are Lost Wandered Super bowl babies Editor Picks Amateur Astronomy Pennsylvania Turnpike How to peel and devein shrimp Do not go gentle into that good night How to turn any number into a 9 Mother s Day New Writeups Eternal September idea by Tem42 2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary event by Glowing Fish Super bowl babies thing by TheAnglican Not All Who Are Lost

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