Highly dislike the fact that acts of cruelty are often called 'unhuman' or some other derivative of it. It's like putting humanity above this, and painting the behavior as alien and external, while it is a product of human psyche. I think people do it to justify their internal unconscious anthropocentrism - while they know humans are flawed, they are not willing to admit to what extent these flaws go.

I hereby declare today to be obscure rabbit hole day! We need a day to celebrate all the cool stuff that internet people create.

Here are some of my favorites:

orionsarm.com/
amazing wiki AND fascinating science links? Yes please.

conservethesound.de/
2COOL4ME

yokai.com/
for the weebs

wiki.techinc.nl/index.php/Hack
I only found this after @neauoire posted it a few days ago but It's already a favorite!

explorabl.es/
I want more of this to exist on the internet.


While I've been here for a year, I haven't posted an intro and haven't been active in general. I am a high school student interested in neuroscience, genetic engineering, AI and transhumanism.

boost if you give goths permission to pose and take photos on your grave after you die

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