Re: Brin: Probably not what you meant by Transparency
- On Apr 30, 2008, at 5:03 PM, Nick Arnett wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 9:59 AM, David Brin <dbrin@...>It's more than fake, it's one of several outrageous spoof sites by the
>> Gadzooks. I predicted this would be painful... A
>> site that plots people convicted by crimes in a map
>> of any neighborhood.
>> We both need this new ere of better vision... and need
>> desperately to grow up, in order to use it wisely.
>> Again, see my Google Tech Talk: http://tinyurl.com/yy7yxm
> feloneyspy.com is fake!! At this point in our nation's history, I
> believe there is any way to even compile such a database, other than
> the Megan's Law one, which only covers certain sexual offenses. Not
> that it makes sense to have a registry of them, but not murderers...
> but that's how it is.
same group, including a Medical Adoptions site (slogan: "The Organs You
Need -- The Home They Deserve") and PuppyProfits.com, promoting "canine
sport fighting" as a home business with a startup kit that includes,
among other things, "5 hrs a month of free legal counseling".
- I was talking in terms of restricting reproduction, not practicing
euthanasia. If we leave it to the Four Horsemen, I am certain the worst
of it will fall on those populations that are poor, and that will
hardly look any better. It will take more than just population
control, I suspect, but ignoring root causes is no way to solve the
Kevin B. O'Brien
i don't know if and when draconian measures will take place, except in
china, but if something isn't done mother nature, and human nature will
intervene. i believe the earth can handle up to 10 billion humans if
sufficient measures are taken to protect the planet. it would require
clean technology and a commitment to sustainable solutions...
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