Did we win?

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  1. BiceBiceBice

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    First, we need an opt-out organ donation programme. Then the terrifying medical consequences of trans-phenotypic (phrenotypic) rejection need to be made known, preferably by a campaign of disgusting 'educational' PSA videos. Once the public have had the brutal minutiae of death by organ failure for want of a compatible donor rubbed in their noses four times a day for several months, the need for a national, open source genome database will become obvious to all. The Thal Nation Mandate from Heaven emerges from the data.

    Melons muddled?
     
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    (Caution: grim emotional manipulation w dead children)
     
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    Melon trump card; saps Just can't reality, meanwhile if you can read you can still be saved repent!
    Mississippi married couple told they are biological twins | Daily Mail Online | http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4414272/Married-couple-told-biological-twins.html
     
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    I'd be in favor of this kind of stuff if I thought it would work. But what I find is that people just don't give a shit.
     
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    People are super lazy, so some sort of fear mongering and appeal to lowest possible path of resistance could work. Depending on what it is you want to work that is. Why go through the risk and the effort when you can just get a little professor that makes his own bed at 3, can drive a car at 7 and has his own business with employes at 10?

    Happy endings are fine and all that, question is how many even get there. JUST order a Sane-Dane from Cryos, Mamacitas. They should label the offspring by levels of potential Civilization levels, a flying car in the hands of an ooga booga can knock down a Tower.
     
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    I think we have all heard about the artificial womb by now, so what's stopping anyone from growing a Nobilid in your very own potager, next to the tomatoes.

    >When you talk to your plants but they say "you are not the future of anything"

    mixed feels
     
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    Aren.t ierarchies useful in the long run, tho'? The other option is to live in caves and exchange coral beads....
     
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    I dunno tbh; coral beads sound pretty at this stage... Though there's some middle ground between Palaeolithic necklaces and a near- invisible and unquestioned entity to whom a debtor is granted in every transaction, and who can control the market of lending and bondage at will. Long term, that's how you rear a Barad-Dur to enslave whole nations, yet remain unseen.
     
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    Not bad, I'd like to watch a movie with this scenario. LOTR in the corporatist world... ~dreamy~
     
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    There is some irony to the fact that we need genetically engineered super humans (old humans) to be able to live in an extremley primitive environment without resorting to chimping out and cannibalism to survive The ITZ.

    This is what happens when the way of the noobilid meets the way of the Nobilid. Cities on Mars, or people mucking about in a cave for 5000years keeping extremly autistic details of who can mate with who to postpone total inbred decline until the sun shines again.
     
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    Harsh environments can play tricks on everyone.s mind... Can you imagine living with nothing built by our predecessors? Those said primitive people did something amazing even by simply surviving. I wonder how the changing environment could trigger epigenetics.
    Do you have more details about Nobilids?
     

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