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Ryan Gauvreau
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Notes to: The Love of Destiny
Material covered: The Love of Destiny, by Dan McCoy Contents:  Introduction I. Prologue II. The Origins and Worldview of Monotheism III. The Sacred and Profane IV. Destiny Glossary of Old Norse Words Introduction "Our age clings so fervently to these dubiou...
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Notes to: "In the Dust of This Planet"
Material covered: In the Dust of This Planet , by Eugene Thacker Preface: Clouds of Unknowing Arthur Schopenhauer: "The life of every individual, viewed as a whole and in general, and when only its most significant features are emphasized, is really a trage...
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Worldbuilding can be hard, especially when it comes to aliens. All too often, fictional aliens feel like they're really just humans in costumes, and even when they are weird enough to feel truly nonhuman, they're usually still suffering from a serious case of monoculture-itis. Species Shock is a series that aims to supply you with samples of truly alien extraterrestrials, covering everything from their planet to biology, culture, and interactions with humans.

It will be published with a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license, so that you can share, remix, transform, and build upon its contents however you’d like, even commercially, with very few restrictions.

However, because I'm essentially releasing this for free, I can't count on making enough money from Species Shock to offset the costs. This poses a problem for a financially-strapped college student such as myself: I can take care of almost everything on my own, but the one thing that I can't do is draw art for the book.

That's where you come in.

Check out Species Shock here:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/825176040/species-shock
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//The point is, there is no "future" war. There is a war between inhuman capitalism and human civilization right now. As Sarah Connor says at the end of T2 "There is no fate but we make for ourselves" and you can instantiate that in the present moment.//
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