https://youtu.be/zUw_TXmn5aI Perhaps the answer to the science fiction questions of Artificial Intelligence – whether it will at some point, become self-aware and ultimately destroy and dispose of us – and the proper response to the rampantly accelerating implementation of automated machines which are overtaking formerly human-held tasks, jobs, and occupations; is to be found by… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence’s Christ Parallel
Hello world! In our second official Call To Inaction – our term for a concerted, repeating avoidance of a product, service, or activity – we are addressing a realm that will require much attention in the coming month’s posts: the Internet. In 2016, hardly any of us actually stop and take time out of our day… Continue reading Call To Inaction #2
Hello! Lots of people have asked us how to participate in Unism. Besides incorporating our philosophies into your daily life, such as accepting the fundamental rights and humanity of yourself and everyone you love, hate, or couldn’t care about; and acknowledging and understanding the limitations that our current ideologies (and therefore societies) suffer from,… Continue reading A Call To Inaction
Chatting with a 91 year old… The hard part in life is finding something that you enjoy doing, and that gives you the income to keep doing it. It seems to hold true that if you love what you do, you’ll never have to work a day in your life. You could also do a… Continue reading Searching For That Best Time of Life
How Technology Eventually Broke My Heart… When I was a young man my parents bought an Apple IIGS computer, one of the first personal computers to reach the masses. This thing was state of the art at the time, you could print giant 10-foot long banners on your dot-matrix printer, create holiday cards, write stories,… Continue reading Technology lovers unite!
And why no one wants to work. It pains me to write this stuff, because I used to be such a fan of Capitalism. I was the poster boy of this stuff; I went to Engineering school, I worked in an R&D office in Silicon-Valley, I have read Hayek & Rothbard & Atlas Shrugged more… Continue reading The hyper-capitalism of the left.
I was witnessing the multinational realization and macro-reckoning of The Death of Europe. But it’s okay.… Continue reading Voluntary Self-Erasure
Over on YouTube, the “Industrial Society and its Future” Summary video we made is one of our most popular videos – but so much has changed in the past year (2020) – where do things stand now? User Thundy wrote us this incredible comment on Monday, November 23rd, 10:13 PM (PST), and it deserves our… Continue reading A Viewer’s View: ISAIF in 2020
A recent comment from a viewer of our video… 7 Steps of Reason ❍︎ 𝓤𝓷𝓲𝓼𝓶 …which details Unism’s “7 Steps of Reason for Unification & Understanding,” a list of reasonings and assertions which ends with the stated goal of “Total World (/Global) Peace,” reads thusly: “Interesting ideas. My only hesitation is the object of… Continue reading What do we mean by “աօʀʟɖ քɛǟƈɛ”???
Is tech really making our lives easier? All technology is at first, purely voluntary. Accessible to early adopters. But as society, behaviors, and attitudes are further built upon and shaped by that technology, it eventually becomes mandatory Cars Before: you walked, rode a horse/buggy Early stage: Few cars, still voluntary Mature Stage: Roads built, sprawling… Continue reading Technology: Voluntary or Mandatory?
Unism Issue 01 | Time (It’s not a race! Don’t scroll through it rabidly with a hyperactive lust! Drink it in slowly, enjoy each page meditatively) Welcome to the very first issue of the Unism Periodical – our e-zine, that is, an electronic magazine, a compilation of written and visual contributions from The Unists and… Continue reading The First Unism Periodical
In the video above, I posit that: “There is no sense in which a criticism (whether legitimate or illegitimate) could not also be motivated by jealousy.” That doesn’t automatically invalidate the criticism, but it gives a potential context for its emergence. The examples used in the video above pertain mostly to criticism of (and as)… Continue reading No Criticism Without Jealousy?
In its earliest stages, Unism more or less existed ephemerally, in the discussions and bonds between its members and followers. We have always been convinced of the importance of Unism, and dedicated to the expansion of it, as an idea and practice, for individuals and for the world. But until recently, we have lacked the… Continue reading The 7 Steps of Reason for Unification & Understanding
In our latest video, we watch actor Donald Jolly speak a profound truth about the (perpetual) state of our modern myths, a.k.a, our comic book superheroes: Nothing Changes. Sounds just like real life, doesn’t it?… Continue reading The Timeless Nightmare of our Unresolvable Myths
Perhaps the answer to the science fiction questions of Artificial Intelligence – whether it will at some point, become self-aware and ultimately destroy and dispose of us – and the proper response to the rampantly accelerating implementation of automated machines which are overtaking formerly human-held tasks, jobs, and occupations; is to be found by looking… Continue reading AI & God: as Ab0ve, s0 Be10w…
Our ongoing and continually updated reading list, which contains only some of the incredibly influential works which have played no insignificant part in the initial and continual formulation and consolidation of the ideas and motivations of Unism.
You can’t argue with how someone else Feels, only with what makes them feel that way..… Continue reading “Why are you Angry, Nazi?”
In the new Wisecrack video, Jared delves into the emergent platform economy, wherein businesses act as services and utilities, offering us access to specific opportunities, actions, and content. More and more (as evidenced by apps such as Uber, Lyft, Spotify, Apple music, Airbnb, Netflix, and all other subscription-based exclusivities), our activities and pastimes are becoming… Continue reading Watch “How Platforms OWN You (Disney+, Netflix, Uber) – Wisecrack Edition” on YouTube
We’re a long way from 1995 – the year in which “Unabomber” Theodore Kaczynski’s social critique Industrial Society and its Future was published in The New York Times and The Washington Post. The essay asserts that Industry, Technology, and the societies it has produced, “have been a disaster for the human race.” … Continue reading What is the Power Process?