True crime and trial opinions from a layman's perspective
Many of you will no doubt see this post and wonder what, if anything, advanced gadgets has to do with true crime. Well, it may not directly, but true to Nick’s style, he cleverly connects innovation to interrogation in his thoughtful new book, WORLD’S MOST ADVANCED EVERYTHING:
In the end these adventures of human experience are as much journeys into our past as treks and sorties into our future. Just as Darwin discovered answers to who we are [and will become] he started by looking into who we were, so must we. When we examine our most innovative ideas, we find something humbling behind the glittering tech. We find the most exciting project of all is us, and conquering our symbolic Everest is how we get to become our most advanced selves. It starts by imagining that there is no spoon, that there is no us. There is just the germ of an idea, and a curious fire burning to do something with it.
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