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  1. the type of research done and the topic it regards is a political and ideological decision as I described. how can it not be when funding for scientific research projects is determined by political bodies, very often with economic incentives being considered, typically within a capitalist framework? look at medical research. they don't bother with stuff that isn't going to make money.
  2. from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
  3. agreed, and I also think it needs to be expanded to more professions
  4. science is as political and ideological as anything. look at eugenics experiments, atomic bomb experiments, and the lack of scientific research into various areas where it's clearly needed, like education and optimal governmental structures. it's a tool that can be pointed anywhere, and both who is doing that pointing and where they're pointing it are completely political and ideological
  5. dronemf is fucking amazing thank you. from there: some fake stuff on there tho https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ucb9qVXJtCQ
  6. bosnia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0VZe1NseZ8
  7. Rest in peace King Dodo. Tragic victim of human speciecide.
  8. https://twitter.com/devinnotbooker/status/1276973979014758400
  9. paint isn't ecologically sustainable anyway, I advocate yurts, teepees, mud homes, and other superior indigenous methods
  10. it's called "class struggle" for a reason, not "deciding to make everything good all at once by snapping your fingers" youll find it's easy to fail when the most powerful empires on earth oppose you by applying realpolitik
  11. resorting to personal attacks I see I assume you're referencing the idea that anyone would freely paint a house because it's annoying and not something you'd do for free for fun. in that case, why should the wage system exist to force people to do it for others? I'm sure you now agree
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