Proud of my little pantheist
“Mommy, what is god’s job?”
“Um.” A silence pregnant with panic.
“What does he do?”
“Well, he created the world and now he watches over it.”
“Oh, that’s good. So we could all be god then couldn’t we?”
“Eat your lunch, son.”
Hi, I’m John Tolva!
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Views From The Tank
Only 22 years after the Hermitage.
I know they just miss the free food, but the idea of dolphins delivering me coral is immensely appealing.
"Now that everything remains accessible we interact with our cultural past differently. More accurately, we don’t necessarily even realise that it’s from the past at all."
Interesting deep dive from Google Arts & Culture.
The technology here kicks off James P. Hogan's 1977 Inherit the Stars. Sci-fi only has a 44 year lead, looks like.
"TINY heating problem. STUNNING VINTAGE TREES on fire. The humans also redid all the floors in asphalt, which is a choice."
Ray Cathode! I love everything about this.
There's always power in collective action.
"It feels like a betrayal of the promise of finally getting out to wonder if I want to. Of course I want to, but also I don’t want to simply go back"