David SimsEssays

by David Sims AT SOME POINT in my past, I lost the romantic feeling toward living in uncomfortable places just because they were exotic. Once upon a time, I’d have been thrilled to accept a trip to Mars, even if I’d have to stay there for a long time. Now… no way. Mars needs to have a considerable…
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David SimsFiction

Excerpt from a novel by David Sims “FIRST LIGHT,” said Brenda Lynn Jones, realizing at once that she had materialized from nothing a moment ago. Briefly, she felt homesick for a world that she had never seen and never would see. Instead, she saw the frame of a dataship around her, and, where…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims I HATE to throw a wet blanket on people’s hopes for human colonization on other planets and in space, especially since this was always a hope of mine, too. I don’t think that humans will ever colonize the rest of the solar system, much less reach for the stars. It’s after…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims BEFORE committing to any particular social model for space colonization, take notice that there are certain problems that mankind has not been able to solve in regard to demographics and the problems that arise from racial differences and from racial mixing. Elon Musk is from South Africa.…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims The End of Industrial Civilization INDUSTRIAL CIVILIZATION will finish, and it will have been a singular pulse in the history of Earthly life. Humans might become extinct. If humans continue to exist, their culture will be that of a Stone Age impoverished by the way their near ancestors,…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton “Evolution under bioculturally driven group selection, including migration, war, and genocide, may account for a substantial amount of change in human gene frequencies.”
— J. Philippe Rushton 1 IF WE ASSUME that White civilization is ultimately an expression of…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THERE’S SOME ARGUMENT about whether there is a Great Filter for the evolution of Life that lies in the future. We can recognize some achievements of the Life of Earth that occurred in the past: • The formation of replicating molecules
• The formation of single-celled organisms via…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

Based on an American Dissident Voices broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom Victor on his second hike TODAY IS the Winter Solstice, a sacred time for our people. Since I last presented today’s particular Solstice message to you, five years have passed. Much has happened in that time. My fiancée is now…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer NEARLY EVERYONE in the 18th Century thought that ancient Greek was the perfect language. They marveled at its expressiveness, its clarity. They described it as limpid and transparent, like a smooth and clear-running stream. They said that experiencing the language of Homer was…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

Matt Haney: pretty good crypsis, but the sick asymmetrical leer gives it away. by Douglas Mercer JUST RECENTLY San Francisco got their faggot hero number one Harvey Milk’s infamous name on a US Navy ship. Now the city by the bay is getting on its collective knees and apologizing to the Chinese.…
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