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Colony and Morality in Science Fiction

For me the most interesting science fiction series right now is probably Colony. One thing I like is that it’s the closest representation of Eastern European communism that I’ve seen (including western TV or movies explicitly set in Eastern Europe). … Continue reading

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Post-Scarcity Currency: Attention or Prestige?

It has started to occur to me that maybe the Orville is a bit more serious (or deserves to be taken a bit more seriously) than it would seem at first glance. A plot element here, a bit of dialogue … Continue reading

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I Don’t Understand Normies #217

Over at Marginal Revolution the question is raised as to why sexual reproduction is limited to pairs and not three party reproduction. In the comments a number of people offer explanations but all seem to assume that the question is … Continue reading

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