A matter of choice

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The red pill

The “if everyone…” fallacy

Hyperobjects

Tribes

Actors on a stage

“It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”

Choices we have

Image source: Our Finite World — Gail Tverberg 2021

What to do then?

“Fate is shaping history when what happens to us was intended by no one and was the summary outcome of innumerable small decisions about other matters by innumerable people.”

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