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This episode is probably my favorite of the entire series. Most everyone by now is familiar with synthetic mechanical life and synthetic organic life as concepts, but this episode makes me think of synthetic life for which the only words that suffice are psychic, or hallucinogenic.

Imagine being able to manufacture a hallucination to aid you. Like an imaginary friend you can actually see and converse with but you are both totally aware that said friend is a mental construct.

I think this will happen frequently in the future as a way to interface the mind with implanted technology (organic or otherwise.)

Much the same way a game has a user interface, or the concept of augmented reality.

Imagine being able to partition your brain and task the partitioned regions.

Fun stuff to think about.
In order to traverse a large region of subspace anomalies safely, Phlox must put the rest of the crew in stasis and pilot the Enterprise himself. The Enterprise NX-01 is moving very slowly through a pinkish-purple cloud. The warp nacelles are inactive. Onboard, there is nobody on the bridge, in engineering, in the mess hall, or even in the corridors, apart from Porthos, who is being chased by Doctor Phlox.
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Yeah, it's him.

/flashbacks of worst mistake of my life
Conversations with those most deeply involved in Bitcoin yielded a quiet consensus about the possible identity of the virtual currency’s creator.
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"L-Glucose was once proposed as a low-calorie sweetener and it is suitable for patients with diabetes mellitus, but it was never marketed due to excessive manufacturing costs."

Bull.
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PLEASE let this be on the fifth! Please let the pope scold congress on my birthday! /hopes so hard

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Hmmm. We'll have to secure funding for them when we abolish IPL.

/lives for a moment in a fantasy world of peace and joy
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Very awesome and I agree completely. It would be awesome to see any major government really run with new nuclear. Honestly the thousand reactors comment gave me chills of joy, while simultaneously crushing my hopes for this country ever waking the  $%^& up.
Nuclear Power in the Year of Modi - What Modi and the Indian nuclear programme sorely needs is a visionary. When Homi Bhabha envisioned a three-stage nuclear programme for India in November 1954, there was not a single commercially operating nuclear reactor in the world; India did not yet have an operational reactor of any type.
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I read and share this all the time. I'm sharing it again today :)
Rick is the founder of the first Pirate Party and is a political evangelist, traveling around Europe and the world to talk and write about ideas of a sensible information policy. He has a tech entrepreneur background and loves whisky.
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These kinds of stories also undermine the profit motive. Clearly their goal isn't simply profit.

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Seymour Hersh has done the public a great service by breathing life into questions surrounding the official narrative of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. Yet instead of trying to build off the details of his story,...
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Oh if only facts worked on people.

To see what's going on in more detail:
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There is a version of this somewhere where his slip of speech is corrected, and I'd like to know where it is. I presume it's an edit and not an actual other performance unless he's just really good at cloning delivery of content. The background and clothing are identical in the one I can't find. Also it's slightly higher def I think.
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I'm a politically and culturally subversive author with obsessive tendencies and a lot of free time. I feel a sense of personal responsibility for the fate of my species. My writing is the result.

My primary blog is at http://underlore.com but this G+ profile is a far more active representation of my viewpoint.

Generally I feel the answer to society's ills are technological in nature not political or cultural.
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