Sesarr Sesarrian

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Sesarr Sesarrian
Posted over 2 years ago
Jonathan Foley: The other inconvenient truth
I don't think we're going to be able to do it. Might be the next generation of the "developed world" will die in the millions from lack food and water just like Africa does today. Nobody figured out the solution for Africa so how can we believe we can save a 9bn population running out of food soon? Anyway I hope it's all going to balance out as the human population shrinks to a more managable size. Remember, we survived depopulation down to about 10 000 humans on the whole Earth.
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Sesarr Sesarrian
Posted over 2 years ago
Rick Falkvinge: I am a pirate
In the west (I assume USA) you have nothing because your electoral system is broken. It inevitably leads to a two-party political spectrum which can NOT EVER introduce another successful party without changes in the law... which is controlled by the two parties. Learn how: http://youtu.be/s7tWHJfhiyo
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Sesarr Sesarrian
Posted about 3 years ago
can we mix both science AND religion in the world?
Why do we have to have a "higher purpose" or a religion to believe in? Can't we just be? Why do things have to have a meaning to us? We have this tendency to make things much more complex than they are. I think we just want to feel sophisticated and special, thats why we invented religion. Also I don't like the belief that the world was created for us. It makes us arrogant.
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Sesarr Sesarrian
Posted about 3 years ago
Has science made us gods even before we've become worthy of being men?
Of course we're not god(s) and we never will be. We're men with all the good and bad parts that come with this. However, our knowledge is giving us power of god-like proportions and to quote Churchill (not Spider-man!) -- "With great power comes great responsibility". Responsibility that we might've forgotten somewhere along the way. And yes it all can end in a flash. From a giant rock *or* a nuclear apocalypse.
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Sesarr Sesarrian
Posted about 3 years ago
Has science made us gods even before we've become worthy of being men?
I think that by "Science has made us gods" he meant that science has given us the power to create and destroy at "godlike" proportions, at least that's how I interpret it. I am not referring to anything spiritual, nor I want to state a single correct answer or opinion. I just think it's about time we begin asking that question more often. PS: I edited the debate description to make things more clear. Tell me if there's something still unclear about the question. :)
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Sesarr Sesarrian
Posted over 5 years ago
Juan Enriquez: The next species of human
As we approach this new technological era we shouldn't forget what Jean Rostand said few years ago: "Science has made us gods even before we are worthy of being men" This is not really relevant to the topic, but people! What about the consequences ?