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The End Of The Human Condition?
« Reply #30 on: July 26, 2021, 06:50:35 am »
From Resignation

Although rarely shared, adolescents in the midst of Resignation quite often write excruciatingly honest poetry about their impending fate; indeed, The Catcher in the Rye is really one long poem about the agony of having to resign to living a human-condition-denying, superficial, totally false existence.

I know that we tend to roll our eyes when someone comes along with a "solution" to SAVE THE WORLD, but the ebook is being given away, and I thought it might be a thought-provoking read:  FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition.

FREEDOM was launched at the Royal Geographical Society in London in June 2016, where Sir Bob Geldof — who was essentially knighted for his concern for humanity — began proceedings by pleading for scientists like Jeremy to save the world. Jeremy then presented that desperately needed scientific solution to the world’s problems, which is the reconciling explanation of our species’ ‘good and evil’ conflicted human condition.

At the bottom of one of the pages on the website is: "This is a scientific pursuit and was not created for profit. For this reason, all information and materials are provided free of charge."
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