by Charles Hugh Smith
Of Two Minds
There is no way a status quo that is completely dependent on the permanent expansion of these interlocking extremes, asymmetries and imbalances can unwind them all and retain its myriad parasitic elites.
Thanks to my friend and colleague Mark Jeftovic, the audiobook of A Hacker’s Teleology: Sharing the Wealth of Our Shrinking Planet is now available. Hands-free grokking is now accessible.
A new song also burst forth from the ether: I Can’t Hear What You Say. This is my take on polarization and the tone-deafness of those claiming to be charge of things. (lyrics below) My friend and mentor CC did all the heavy lifting: the guitar, drums and bass tracks, while all I had to do was the vocals and a few guitar fills. All nine of our collaborations are posted here.
Two friends also released books long in the making. Robert Gellner just published his first novel Titan’s Landing at the ripe old age of 15, a highly imaginative entry in the superhero science fiction genre (Kindle).