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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
18.10.2021 | 06:01 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.3)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. I’m also sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere. And for those curious, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://wykopedia.fandom.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.20)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant. I apologize if reading this only further normalizes decision fatigue, especially for self-loathing minorities.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of which animals, fungi, plants and protists should be used for things like clothes, drinks, drugs, food, fuel sources, pet food, pharmaceuticals and plant fertilizer, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Regardless, experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic supplies for food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business. Oh, and we shouldn’t let large anti-biotech industries get away with the gross negligence of using large amounts of disposable glass and plastic (like food-contaminating, ozone-depleting polystyrene) for containing food and beverages that can’t even be GMO-free, like milk, salt, sugar and water, especially since they could instead use other recyclable materials to package their goods, like metal or paper.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history. I also regret not pointing out how some members of the Western LGBT community (and some African descendants and other people of color around the world) have historically indulged in HIV/AIDS denialism almost as much as the Religious Right. Lastly, some LGBT people have a racial fetish, though admittedly, this is yet another problem with the general population, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to crab theory or deaf isolationism/superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) Speaking of visual disturbances, I have some things to say about literal color-blindness. I think it’s strange that society hasn’t fully dealt with one of the most common disabilities, especially since the most common CVD typically affects AMAB Caucasians. Considering how there are only a few advantages to being color-blind compared to the several disadvantages, such people should be allowed special eyeglasses or eye surgery to counteract these conditions. For those who don’t wish to change how they see, we need better technology to change everything from traffic lights to maps to simple video games. We should also avoid cultural posturing when even discussing how various groups of people perceive colors.
10) Speaking of differently abled people, I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently abled people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure/invisibility of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why these disenfranchised and marginalized people made the “cripple punk” movement a trend in the first place.
11) Speaking of people with medical conditions, you know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history; like people with DID, they challenge the very notion of individuality and are often misunderstood, especially because of how fictional media portray people like them. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
12) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
13) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
14) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
15) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
16) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some first-generation Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
17) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
18) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
19) The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Much like how some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from things like allergies, asthma, nearsightedness and unhealthy weight gain or loss, some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
21) Another relatively modern technological problem I’d like to complain about involves incandescent light bulbs. Several large companies managed to turn something so mundane into one of the most famous examples of planned obsolescence, ensuring that intellectuals would label this fiasco as one of the biggest scams of the 20th century. I suggest that more people use CFLs, LEDs and natural lighting instead to live more energy-efficient lives.
22) Speaking of greater efficiency, everyone should convert to the metric system, because it makes the most sense to use it with our base-10 numeral system. The less time adolescents need to spend learning how to measure things, the more time they can spend learning other important bits of information; as for adults, there are online resources that can convert from metric to outdated and counterintuitive measurement systems, like those involving imperial units, US customary units or even Biblical units. As complex as it may be to carry out this transition, it can really improve society since it can lead to fewer disasters, like the crash of NASA’s Mars Climate Orbiter, instances of patients getting the wrong medicine dose or any problems with conversion factors that negatively affect international travel. I know that this cultural change can render several pop-culture references incomprehensible, but this is an inevitable and fairly minor side effect of progress.
23) In spite of my previous point, there are some everyday phenomena that shouldn’t be made metric. For starters, we shouldn’t change any alphabets so that they have some multiple of ten letters, nor should we universally adopt a language with such a number of letters. We also need not alter icons of non-electronic gaming, like the number of suited playing cards in a standard deck, the shape of traditional cubic dice or the number of spaces on game boards. Additionally, the measurement of digital information needs to change so that it only utilizes base-2 prefixes. Furthermore, the base-60 numeral system should still be used for measuring geographic coordinates. We should also leave the atomic mass unit alone, because this chemistry concept is simply too difficult to replace. Moreover, the various heptatonic musical scales should still be measured in octaves. Lastly, making our complex set of time units metric would be inadvisable, because that would interfere with our fairly intricate system of timekeeping.
24) Speaking of timekeeping, we need to get rid of DST. Disagreements about certain details about DST observance, like when some parts of the world start or end it and to what extent clocks must be altered, not only lead to complications in virtual meetings with people from other countries, but they also cause computers to have more difficulty keeping track of time. It also causes significant sleep deprivation for DST observers, which leads to health problems and reduced productivity, so it’s not even very cost-effective in the long run. Overall, the process of “springing forward and falling backward” doesn’t have much of a place in our modern world.
25) Speaking of reforming practical mathematical concepts used worldwide, there is some vagueness about what words used to describe large numbers, like “billion”, really mean; in light of this, I say we should either stop using long scale terms like “milliards”, stop using the short scale or drop both naming systems in favor of something else entirely for the sake of easing translations of media involving disciplines that often deal with the macro scale, like astrophysics, biology, climatology, economics, seismology, sociology and technology. On a related note, we must standardize which symbols are used as decimal separators and thousands separators in base-10 numbers involving Arabic numerals; the fact that commas, full stops and other punctuation marks can be used in either context risk confusing an international audience.
26) More people should be aware of how hazardous playing sports like basketball and US football are to athletes. While these activities have allowed various minorities to boost their confidence and earn a steady income, their lifestyles are so dangerous that they should either play different games or further alter how these games are played. Health should be a primary concern for everyone given the impact of COVID-19.
27) Society needs to stop focusing so much on people's ABO blood type outside the world of medicine. The idea that one's blood group influences one's personality is simply dated pseudo-science rooted in 20th century eugenics and Japanese feudalism, so it could theoretically lead to discrimination by race or even by species. Obsessing over blood typology has led to unjustified bigotry in the Far East and unnecessary diet fads in the Western world; furthermore, this theory is rooted in a false dilemma as it doesn't account for those with rare blood types or chimerism.
28) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/imbalance/impairment/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
29) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
*=
º^ºX__
“The character of Jenny Everywhere is available for use by anyone, with only one condition. This paragraph must be included in any publication involving Jenny Everywhere, in order that others may use this property as they wish. All rights reversed. [sic]”
https://desciclopedia-pt.fandom.com - https://konyolpedia.fandom.com
https://editthis.info/payopedia - https://nocyclo.tk - https://tolololpedia.miraheze.org - https://wikimerda.org
RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
07.10.2021 | 11:35 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.3)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. I’m also sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere. And for those curious, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://wykopedia.fandom.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.19)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant. I apologize if reading this only further normalizes decision fatigue, especially for self-loathing minorities.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of which animals, fungi, plants and protists should be used for things like clothes, drinks, drugs, food, fuel sources, pet food, pharmaceuticals and plant fertilizer, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Regardless, experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic supplies for food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business. Oh, and we shouldn’t let large anti-biotech industries get away with the gross negligence of using large amounts of disposable glass and plastic (like food-contaminating, ozone-depleting polystyrene) for containing food and beverages that can’t even be GMO-free, like milk, salt, sugar and water, especially since they could instead use other recyclable materials to package their goods, like metal or paper.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history. I also regret not pointing out how some members of the Western LGBT community (and some African descendants and other people of color around the world) have historically indulged in HIV/AIDS denialism almost as much as the Religious Right. Lastly, some LGBT people have a racial fetish, though admittedly, this is yet another problem with the general population, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to crab theory or deaf isolationism/superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) Speaking of visual disturbances, I have some things to say about literal color-blindness. I think it’s strange that society hasn’t fully dealt with one of the most common disabilities, especially since the most common CVD typically affects AMAB Caucasians. Considering how there are only a few advantages to being color-blind compared to the several disadvantages, such people should be allowed special eyeglasses or eye surgery to counteract these conditions. For those who don’t wish to change how they see, we need better technology to change everything from traffic lights to maps to simple video games. We should also avoid cultural posturing when even discussing how various groups of people perceive colors.
10) Speaking of differently abled people, I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently abled people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure/invisibility of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why these disenfranchised and marginalized people made the “cripple punk” movement a trend in the first place.
11) Speaking of people with medical conditions, you know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history; like people with DID, they challenge the very notion of individuality and are often misunderstood, especially because of how fictional media portray people like them. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
12) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
13) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
14) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
15) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
16) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some first-generation Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
17) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
18) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
19) The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Much like how some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from things like allergies, asthma, nearsightedness and unhealthy weight gain or loss, some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
21) Another relatively modern technological problem I’d like to complain about involves incandescent light bulbs. Several large companies managed to turn something so mundane into one of the most famous examples of planned obsolescence, ensuring that intellectuals would label this fiasco as one of the biggest scams of the 20th century. I suggest that more people use CFLs, LEDs and natural lighting instead to live more energy-efficient lives.
22) Speaking of greater efficiency, everyone should convert to the metric system, because it makes the most sense to use it with our base-10 numeral system. The less time adolescents need to spend learning how to measure things, the more time they can spend learning other important bits of information; as for adults, there are online resources that can convert from metric to outdated and counterintuitive measurement systems, like those involving imperial units, US customary units or even Biblical units. As complex as it may be to carry out this transition, it can really improve society since it can lead to fewer disasters, like the crash of NASA’s Mars Climate Orbiter, instances of patients getting the wrong medicine dose or any problems with conversion factors that negatively affect international travel. I know that this cultural change can render several pop-culture references incomprehensible, but this is an inevitable and fairly minor side effect of progress.
23) In spite of my previous point, there are some everyday phenomena that shouldn’t be made metric. For starters, we shouldn’t change any alphabets so that they have some multiple of ten letters, nor should we universally adopt a language with such a number of letters. We also need not alter icons of non-electronic gaming, like the number of suited playing cards in a standard deck or the shape of traditional cubic dice. Additionally, the measurement of digital information needs to change so that it only utilizes base-2 prefixes. Furthermore, the base-60 numeral system should still be used for measuring geographic coordinates. We should also leave the atomic mass unit alone, because this chemistry concept is simply too difficult to replace. Moreover, the various heptatonic musical scales should still be measured in octaves. Lastly, making our complex set of time units metric would be inadvisable, because that would interfere with our fairly intricate system of timekeeping.
24) Speaking of timekeeping, we need to get rid of DST. Disagreements about certain details about DST observance, like when some parts of the world start or end it and to what extent clocks must be altered, not only lead to complications in virtual meetings with people from other countries, but they also cause computers to have more difficulty keeping track of time. It also causes significant sleep deprivation for DST observers, which leads to health problems and reduced productivity, so it’s not even very cost-effective in the long run. Overall, the process of “springing forward and falling backward” doesn’t have much of a place in our modern world.
25) Speaking of reforming practical mathematical concepts used worldwide, there is some vagueness about what words used to describe large numbers, like “billion”, really mean; in light of this, I say we should either stop using long scale terms like “milliards”, stop using the short scale or drop both naming systems in favor of something else entirely for the sake of easing translations of media involving disciplines that often deal with the macro scale, like astrophysics, biology, climatology, economics, seismology, sociology and technology. On a related note, we must standardize which symbols are used as decimal separators and thousands separators in base-10 numbers involving Arabic numerals; the fact that commas, full stops and other punctuation marks can be used in either context risk confusing an international audience.
26) More people should be aware of how hazardous playing sports like basketball and US football are to athletes. While these activities have allowed various minorities to boost their confidence and earn a steady income, their lifestyles are so dangerous that they should either play different games or further alter how these games are played. Health should be a primary concern for everyone given the impact of COVID-19.
27) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/imbalance/impairment/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
28) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
*=
º^ºX__
“The character of Jenny Everywhere is available for use by anyone, with only one condition. This paragraph must be included in any publication involving Jenny Everywhere, in order that others may use this property as they wish. All rights reversed. [sic]”
https://desciclopedia-pt.fandom.com - https://konyolpedia.fandom.com
https://editthis.info/payopedia - https://nocyclo.tk - https://tolololpedia.miraheze.org - https://wikimerda.org
RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
24.09.2021 | 11:59 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.2)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://wykopedia.fandom.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
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Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.18)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of which animals, fungi, plants and protists should be used for things like clothes, drinks, drugs, food, fuel sources, pet food, pharmaceuticals and plant fertilizer, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Regardless, experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic supplies for food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business. Oh, and we shouldn’t let large anti-biotech industries get away with the gross negligence of using large amounts of disposable glass and plastic (like food-contaminating, ozone-depleting polystyrene) for containing food and beverages that can’t even be GMO-free, like milk, salt, sugar and water, especially since they could instead use other recyclable materials to package their goods, like metal or paper.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history. I also regret not pointing out how some members of the Western LGBT community (and some African descendants and other people of color around the world) have historically indulged in HIV/AIDS denialism almost as much as the Religious Right. Lastly, some LGBT people have a racial fetish, though admittedly, this is yet another problem with the general population, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a belief in deaf isolationism or deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) Speaking of differently abled people, I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently abled people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure/invisibility of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why these disenfranchised and marginalized people made the “cripple punk” movement a trend in the first place.
10) Speaking of people with medical conditions, you know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history; like people with DID, they challenge the very notion of individuality and are often misunderstood, especially because of how fictional media portray people like them. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
11) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
12) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
13) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
14) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
15) I’m sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere.
16) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some first-generation Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
17) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
18) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
19) The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Much like how some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from things like allergies, asthma, nearsightedness and unhealthy weight gain or loss, some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
21) Another relatively modern technological problem I’d like to complain about involves incandescent light bulbs. Several large companies managed to turn something so mundane into one of the most famous examples of planned obsolescence, ensuring that intellectuals would label this fiasco as one of the biggest scams of the 20th century. I suggest that more people use CFLs, LEDs and natural lighting instead to live more energy-efficient lives.
22) Speaking of greater efficiency, everyone should convert to the metric system, because it makes the most sense to use it with our base-10 numeral system. The less time adolescents need to spend learning how to measure things, the more time they can spend learning other important bits of information; as for adults, there are online resources that can convert from metric to outdated and counterintuitive measurement systems, like those involving imperial units, US customary units or even Biblical units. As complex as it may be to carry out this transition, it can really improve society since it can lead to fewer disasters, like the crash of NASA’s Mars Climate Orbiter, instances of patients getting the wrong medicine dose or any problems with conversion factors that negatively affect international travel. I know that this cultural change can render several pop-culture references incomprehensible, but this is an inevitable and fairly minor side effect of progress.
23) In spite of my previous point, there are some everyday phenomena that shouldn’t be made metric. For starters, we shouldn’t change any alphabets so that they have some multiple of ten letters, nor should we universally adopt a language with such a number of letters. We also need not alter icons of non-electronic gaming, like the number of suited playing cards in a standard deck or the shape of traditional cubic dice. Additionally, the measurement of digital information needs to change so that it only utilizes base-2 prefixes. Furthermore, the base-60 numeral system should still be used for measuring geographic coordinates. We should also leave the atomic mass unit alone, because this chemistry concept is simply too difficult to replace. Moreover, the various heptatonic musical scales should still be measured in octaves. Lastly, making our complex set of time units metric would be inadvisable, because that would interfere with our fairly intricate system of timekeeping.
24) Speaking of timekeeping, we need to get rid of DST. Disagreements about certain details about DST observance, like when some parts of the world start or end it and to what extent clocks must be altered, not only lead to complications in virtual meetings with people from other countries, but they also cause computers to have more difficulty keeping track of time. It also causes significant sleep deprivation for DST observers, which leads to health problems and reduced productivity, so it’s not even very cost-effective in the long run. Overall, the process of “springing forward and falling backward” doesn’t have much of a place in our modern world.
25) Speaking of reforming practical mathematical concepts used worldwide, there is some vagueness about what words used to describe large numbers, like “billion”, really mean; in light of this, I say we should either stop using long scale terms like “milliards”, stop using the short scale or drop both naming systems in favor of something else entirely for the sake of easing translations of media involving disciplines that often deal with the macro scale, like astrophysics, biology, climatology, economics, seismology, sociology and technology. On a related note, we must standardize which symbols are used as decimal separators and thousands separators in base-10 numbers involving Arabic numerals; the fact that commas, full stops and other punctuation marks can be used in either context risk confusing an international audience.
26) More people should be aware of how hazardous playing sports like basketball and US football are to athletes. While these activities have allowed various minorities to boost their confidence and earn a steady income, their lifestyles are so dangerous that they should either play different games or further alter how these games are played. Health should be a primary concern for everyone given the impact of COVID-19.
27) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/imbalance/impairment/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
28) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
13.09.2021 | 09:15 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.2)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://wykopedia.fandom.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
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Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.17)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of which animals, fungi, plants and protists should be used for things like clothes, drinks, drugs, food, fuel sources, pet food, pharmaceuticals and plant fertilizer, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Regardless, experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic supplies for food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business. Oh, and we shouldn’t let large anti-biotech industries get away with the gross negligence of using large amounts of disposable glass and plastic (like food-contaminating, ozone-depleting polystyrene) for containing food and beverages that can’t even be GMO-free, like milk, salt, sugar and water, especially since they could instead use other recyclable materials to package their goods, like metal or paper.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history. I also regret not pointing out how some members of the Western LGBT community (and some African descendants and other people of color around the world) have historically indulged in HIV/AIDS denialism almost as much as the Religious Right. Lastly, some LGBT people have a racial fetish, though admittedly, this is yet another problem with the general population, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a belief in deaf isolationism or deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) Speaking of differently abled people, I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently abled people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure/invisibility of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why these disenfranchised and marginalized people made the “cripple punk” movement a trend in the first place.
10) Speaking of people with medical conditions, you know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
11) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
12) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
13) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
14) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
15) I’m sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere.
16) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some first-generation Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
17) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
18) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
19) The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Much like how some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from things like allergies, asthma, nearsightedness and unhealthy weight gain or loss, some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
21) Another relatively modern technological problem I’d like to complain about involves incandescent light bulbs. Several large companies managed to turn something so mundane into one of the most famous examples of planned obsolescence, ensuring that intellectuals would label this fiasco as one of the biggest scams of the 20th century. I suggest that more people use CFLs, LEDs and natural lighting instead to live more energy-efficient lives.
22) Speaking of greater efficiency, everyone should convert to the metric system, because it makes the most sense to use it with our base-10 numeral system. The less time adolescents need to spend learning how to measure things, the more time they can spend learning other important bits of information; as for adults, there are online resources that can convert from metric to outdated and counterintuitive measurement systems, like those involving imperial units, US customary units or even Biblical units. As complex as it may be to carry out this transition, it can really improve society since it can lead to fewer disasters, like the crash of NASA’s Mars Climate Orbiter, instances of patients getting the wrong medicine dose or any problems with conversion factors that negatively affect international travel. I know that this cultural change can render several pop-culture references incomprehensible, but this is an inevitable and fairly minor side effect of progress.
23) In spite of my previous point, there are some everyday phenomena that shouldn’t be made metric. For starters, we shouldn’t change any alphabets so that they have some multiple of ten letters, nor should we universally adopt a language with such a number of letters. We also need not alter icons of non-electronic gaming, like the number of suited playing cards in a standard deck or the shape of traditional cubic dice. Additionally, the measurement of digital information needs to change so that it only utilizes base-2 prefixes. Furthermore, the base-60 numeral system should still be used for measuring geographic coordinates. We should also leave the atomic mass unit alone, because this chemistry concept is simply too difficult to replace. Moreover, the various heptatonic musical scales should still be measured in octaves. Lastly, making our complex set of time units metric would be inadvisable, because that would interfere with our fairly intricate system of timekeeping.
24) Speaking of timekeeping, we need to get rid of DST. Disagreements about certain details about DST observance, like when some parts of the world start or end it and to what extent clocks must be altered, not only lead to complications in virtual meetings with people from other countries, but they also cause computers to have more difficulty keeping track of time. It also causes significant sleep deprivation for DST observers, which leads to health problems and reduced productivity, so it’s not even very cost-effective in the long run. Overall, the process of “springing forward and falling backward” doesn’t have much of a place in our modern world.
25) Speaking of reforming practical mathematical concepts used worldwide, there is some vagueness about what words used to describe large numbers, like "billion", really mean; in light of this, I say we should either stop using long scale terms like "milliards", stop using the short scale or drop both naming systems in favor of something else entirely for the sake of easing translations of media involving disciplines that often deal with the macro scale, like astrophysics, biology, climatology, economics, seismology, sociology and technology. On a related note, we must standardize which symbols are used as decimal separators and thousands separators in base-10 numbers involving Arabic numerals; the fact that commas, full stops and other punctuation marks can be used in either context risk confusing an international audience.
26) More people should be aware of how hazardous playing sports like basketball and US football are to athletes. While these activities have allowed various minorities to boost their confidence and earn a steady income, their lifestyles are so dangerous that they should either play different games or further alter how these games are played. Health should be a primary concern for everyone given the impact of COVID-19.
27) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/imbalance/impairment/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
28) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
13.09.2021 | 04:07 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.2)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://wykopedia.fandom.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
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Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.16)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of which animals, fungi, plants and protists should be used for things like clothes, drinks, drugs, food, fuel sources, pet food, pharmaceuticals and plant fertilizer, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Regardless, experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic supplies for food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business. Oh, and we shouldn’t let large anti-biotech industries get away with the gross negligence of using large amounts of disposable glass and plastic (like food-contaminating, ozone-depleting polystyrene) for containing food and beverages that can’t even be GMO-free, like milk, salt and water, especially since they could instead use other recyclable materials to package their goods, like metal or paper.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history. I also regret not pointing out how some members of the Western LGBT community (and some African descendants and other people of color around the world) have historically indulged in HIV/AIDS denialism almost as much as the Religious Right. Lastly, some LGBT people have a racial fetish, though admittedly, this is yet another problem with the general population, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a belief in deaf isolationism or deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) Speaking of differently abled people, I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently abled people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure/invisibility of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why these disenfranchised and marginalized people made the “cripple punk” movement a trend in the first place.
10) Speaking of people with medical conditions, you know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
11) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
12) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
13) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
14) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
15) I’m sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere.
16) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some first-generation Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
17) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
18) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
19) The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Much like how some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from things like allergies, asthma, nearsightedness and unhealthy weight gain or loss, some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
21) Another relatively modern technological problem I’d like to complain about involves incandescent light bulbs. Several large companies managed to turn something so mundane into one of the most famous examples of planned obsolescence, ensuring that intellectuals would label this fiasco as one of the biggest scams of the 20th century. I suggest that more people use CFLs, LEDs and natural lighting instead to live more energy-efficient lives.
22) Speaking of greater efficiency, everyone should convert to the metric system, because it makes the most sense to use it with our base-10 numeral system. The less time adolescents need to spend learning how to measure things, the more time they can spend learning other important bits of information; as for adults, there are online resources that can convert from metric to outdated and counterintuitive measurement systems, like those involving imperial units, US customary units or even Biblical units. As complex as it may be to carry out this transition, it can really improve society since it can lead to fewer disasters, like the crash of NASA’s Mars Climate Orbiter, instances of patients getting the wrong medicine dose or any problems with conversion factors that negatively affect international travel. I know that this cultural change can render several pop-culture references incomprehensible, but this is an inevitable and fairly minor side effect of progress.
23) In spite of my previous point, there are some everyday phenomena that shouldn’t be made metric. For starters, we shouldn’t change any alphabets so that they have some multiple of ten letters, nor should we universally adopt a language with such a number of letters. We also need not alter icons of non-electronic gaming, like the number of suited playing cards in a standard deck or the shape of traditional cubic dice. Additionally, the measurement of digital information needs to change so that it only utilizes base-2 prefixes. Furthermore, the base-60 numeral system should still be used for measuring geographic coordinates. We should also leave the atomic mass unit alone, because this chemistry concept is simply too difficult to replace. Moreover, the various heptatonic musical scales should still be measured in octaves. Lastly, making our complex set of time units metric would be inadvisable, because that would interfere with our fairly intricate system of timekeeping.
24) Speaking of timekeeping, we need to get rid of DST. Disagreements about certain details about DST observance, like when some parts of the world start or end it and to what extent clocks must be altered, not only lead to complications in virtual meetings with people from other countries, but they also cause computers to have more difficulty keeping track of time. It also causes significant sleep deprivation for DST observers, which leads to health problems and reduced productivity, so it’s not even very cost-effective in the long run. Overall, the process of “springing forward and falling backward” doesn’t have much of a place in our modern world.
25) Speaking of reforming practical mathematical concepts used worldwide, there is some vagueness about what words used to describe large numbers, like "billion", really mean; in light of this, I say we should either stop using long scale terms like "milliards", stop using the short scale or drop both naming systems in favor of something else entirely for the sake of easing translations of media involving disciplines that often deal with the macro scale, like astrophysics, biology, climatology, economics, seismology, sociology and technology. On a related note, we must standardize which symbols are used as decimal separators and thousands separators in base-10 numbers involving Arabic numerals; the fact that commas, full stops and other punctuation marks can be used in either context risk confusing an international audience.
26) More people should be aware of how hazardous playing sports like basketball and US football are to athletes. While these activities have allowed various minorities to boost their confidence and earn a steady income, their lifestyles are so dangerous that they should either play different games or further alter how these games are played. Health should be a primary concern for everyone given the impact of COVID-19.
27) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/imbalance/impairment/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
28) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
10.09.2021 | 20:17 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.2)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://wykopedia.fandom.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.15)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of which animals, fungi, plants and protists should be used for things like clothes, drinks, drugs, food, fuel sources, pet food, pharmaceuticals and plant fertilizer, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Regardless, experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic supplies for food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business. Oh, and we shouldn’t let large anti-biotech industries get away with the gross negligence of using large amounts of disposable glass and plastic (like food-contaminating, ozone-depleting polystyrene) for containing food and beverages that can’t even be GMO-free, like milk, salt and water, especially since they could instead use other recyclable materials to package their goods, like metal or paper.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history. I also regret not pointing out how some members of the Western LGBT community (and some African descendants and other people of color around the world) have historically indulged in HIV/AIDS denialism almost as much as the Religious Right. Lastly, some LGBT people have a racial fetish, though admittedly, this is yet another problem with the general population, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a belief in deaf isolationism or deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) Speaking of differently abled people, I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently abled people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure/invisibility of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why these disenfranchised and marginalized people made the “cripple punk” movement a trend in the first place.
10) Speaking of people with medical conditions, you know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
11) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
12) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
13) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
14) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
15) I’m sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere.
16) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some first-generation Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
17) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
18) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
19) The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from allergies and asthma, while some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
21) Another relatively modern technological problem I’d like to complain about involves incandescent light bulbs. Several large companies managed to turn something so mundane into one of the most famous examples of planned obsolescence, ensuring that intellectuals would label this fiasco as one of the biggest scams of the 20th century. I suggest that more people use CFLs, LEDs and natural lighting instead to live more energy-efficient lives.
22) Speaking of greater efficiency, everyone should convert to the metric system, because it makes the most sense to use it with our base-10 numeral system. The less time adolescents need to spend learning how to measure things, the more time they can spend learning other important bits of information; as for adults, there are online resources that can convert from metric to outdated and counterintuitive measurement systems, like those involving imperial units, US customary units or even Biblical units. As complex as it may be to carry out this transition, it can really improve society since it can lead to fewer disasters, like the crash of NASA’s Mars Climate Orbiter, instances of patients getting the wrong medicine dose or any problems with conversion factors that negatively affect international travel. I know that this cultural change can render several pop-culture references incomprehensible, but this is an inevitable and fairly minor side effect of progress.
23) In spite of my previous point, there are some everyday phenomena that shouldn’t be made metric. For starters, we shouldn’t change any alphabets so that they have some multiple of ten letters, nor should we universally adopt a language with such a number of letters. We also need not alter icons of non-electronic gaming, like the number of suited playing cards in a standard deck or the shape of traditional cubic dice. Additionally, the measurement of digital information needs to change so that it only utilizes base-2 prefixes. Furthermore, the base-60 numeral system should still be used for measuring geographic coordinates. We should also leave the atomic mass unit alone, because this chemistry concept is simply too difficult to replace. Moreover, the various heptatonic musical scales should still be measured in octaves. Lastly, making our complex set of time units metric would be inadvisable, because that would interfere with our fairly intricate system of timekeeping.
24) Speaking of timekeeping, we need to get rid of DST. Disagreements about certain details about DST observance, like when some parts of the world start or end it and to what extent clocks must be altered, not only lead to complications in virtual meetings with people from other countries, but they also cause computers to have more difficulty keeping track of time. It also causes significant sleep deprivation for DST observers, which leads to health problems and reduced productivity, so it’s not even very cost-effective in the long run. Overall, the process of “springing forward and falling backward” doesn’t have much of a place in our modern world.
25) Speaking of reforming practical mathematical concepts used worldwide, there is some vagueness about what words used to describe large numbers, like "billion", really mean; in light of this, I say we should either stop using long scale terms like "milliards", stop using the short scale or drop both naming systems in favor of something else entirely for the sake of easing translations of media involving disciplines that often deal with the macro scale, like astrophysics, biology, climatology, economics, seismology, sociology and technology. On a related note, we must standardize which symbols are used as decimal separators and thousands separators in base-10 numbers involving Arabic numerals; the fact that commas, full stops and other punctuation marks can be used in either context risk confusing an international audience.
26) More people should be aware of how hazardous playing sports like basketball and US football are to athletes. While these activities have allowed various minorities to boost their confidence and earn a steady income, their lifestyles are so dangerous that they should either play different games or further alter how these games are played. Health should be a primary concern for everyone given the impact of COVID-19.
27) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/imbalance/impairment/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
28) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
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entorb (anonymer Benutzer)
19.08.2021 | 13:02 Uhr
es gibt nun eine komplette DE Übersetzung von Schneefl0cke:
https://www.fanfiktion.de/s/60044849000ccc541aef297e/1/Ubersetzung-Harry-Potter-und-die-Methoden-des-rationalen-Denkens-Harry-Potter-and-the-methods-of-rationality
RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
10.08.2021 | 06:24 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.1)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://pl.wykopedia.wikia.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.14)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of which animals, fungi, plants and protists should be used for things like clothes, drinks, drugs, food, fuel sources, pet food, pharmaceuticals and plant fertilizer, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Regardless, experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic supplies for food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business. Oh, and we shouldn’t let large anti-biotech industries get away with the gross negligence of using large amounts of disposable glass and plastic for containing food and beverages that can’t even be GMO-free, like milk, salt and water, especially since they could instead use other recyclable materials to package their goods, like metal or paper.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history. I also regret not pointing out how some members of the Western LGBT community (and some African descendants and other people of color around the world) have historically indulged in HIV/AIDS denialism almost as much as the Religious Right.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a sense of deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) Speaking of differently abled people, I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently abled people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why the “cripple punk” movement became a trend in the first place.
10) Speaking of people with medical conditions, you know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
11) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
12) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
13) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
14) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
15) I’m sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere.
16) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some first-generation Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
17) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
18) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
19) The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from allergies and asthma, while some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
21) Another relatively modern technological problem I’d like to complain about involves incandescent light bulbs. Several large companies managed to turn something so mundane into one of the most famous examples of planned obsolescence, ensuring that intellectuals would label this fiasco as one of the biggest scams of the 20th century. I suggest that more people use CFLs, LEDs and natural lighting instead to live more energy-efficient lives.
22) Speaking of greater efficiency, everyone should convert to the metric system, because it makes the most sense to use it with our base-10 numeral system. The less time adolescents need to spend learning how to measure things, the more time they can spend learning other important bits of information; as for adults, there are online resources that can convert from metric to outdated and counterintuitive measurement systems, like those involving imperial units, US customary units or even Biblical units. As complex as it may be to carry out this transition, it can really improve society since it can lead to fewer disasters, like the crash of NASA’s Mars Climate Orbiter, instances of patients getting the wrong medicine dose or any problems with conversion factors that negatively affect international travel. I know that this cultural change can render several pop-culture references incomprehensible, but this is an inevitable and fairly minor side effect of progress. Granted, if there is any set of units that shouldn’t be made metric, it’s the set of time units, because that would interfere with our fairly intricate system of timekeeping.
23) Speaking of timekeeping, we need to get rid of DST. Disagreements about when some parts of the world enact DST and to what extent clocks must be altered not only lead to complications in virtual meetings with people from other countries, but they also cause computers to have more difficulty keeping track of time. It also causes significant sleep deprivation for DST observers, which leads to health problems and reduced productivity, so it’s not even very cost-effective in the long run. Overall, the process of “springing forward and falling backward” doesn’t have much of a place in our modern world.
24) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
25) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
15.07.2021 | 06:41 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.1)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://pl.wykopedia.wikia.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.13)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of which animals, plants and fungi should be used for things like food, drinks, clothes and fuel sources, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business. Oh, and we shouldn’t let anti-biotech industries get away with the gross negligence of using large amounts of disposable plastic and glass for containing food and beverages, especially since they could instead use other recyclable materials to package their goods, like paper or metal.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history. I also regret not pointing out how some members of the Western LGBT community (and some African descendants) have historically indulged in HIV/AIDS denialism almost as much as the Religious Right.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a sense of deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) Speaking of differently able people, I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently able people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why the “cripple punk” movement became a trend in the first place.
10) Speaking of people with medical conditions, you know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
11) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
12) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
13) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
14) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
15) I’m sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere.
16) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some first-generation Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
17) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
18) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
19) The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from allergies and asthma, while some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
21) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
22) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
05.07.2021 | 05:17 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.1)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://pl.wykopedia.wikia.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.12)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1) Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2) I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3) One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of what anyone ought to eat, drink or wear, and one way to adopt such a dangerous mindset is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it could lead to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder, a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins or even letting local farms go out of business.
4) I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5) I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history.
6) Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in linguistic purity or ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7) I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8) I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a sense of deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9) I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like cross-culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like women, ethnic minorities, LGBT people or people with disabilities). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
10) I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
11) Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
12) You know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
13) I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently able people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why the “cripple punk” movement became a trend in the first place.
14) I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
15) The next point I want to make is about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from allergies and asthma, while some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
16) There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
17) If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
18) I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
19) I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
20) I’m sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere.
21) Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
22) Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
*=
º^ºX__
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
04.07.2021 | 00:05 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.1)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://pl.wykopedia.wikia.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
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Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.11)
Hey, everyone. I’m just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn’t mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1. Although I’ve already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry in sections 2-3 of the first part of my rant, I also should’ve mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
2. I’d also like to add an addendum to section 3 of the first part of my rant, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. My tirade probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
3. One big sign someone’s with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of what anyone ought to eat, drink or wear, and one way to go down that rabbit hole is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas, not unlike the science deniers from section 3 of the first part of my rant. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of “field liberators” too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of “more natural” products, even if it leads to more animal cruelty, a partial increase in colony collapse disorder or a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins.
4. I probably should have also mentioned in section 4 of the first part of my rant that eunuchs were among the various minorities that were mentioned but not always condemned in the Bible.
5. I’m sorry for not including non-binaries and pan-sexuals among the list of minorities in Extra Note #5a that haven’t always been accepted by the LGBT community; I’m still a newcomer when it comes to their culture and history.
6. Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance rooted in ethnocentric ultra-nationalism, which I condemned in Extra Note #5b, such bigotry has affected some groups that I haven’t completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It’s no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it’s approximately two minutes until midnight.
7. I also should’ve mentioned in Extra Note #5b that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
8. I’d like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today’s society. Thanks to some internet searching, I’ve learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a sense of deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9. I’d like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being due to technological progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have come into being due to sociological progress (like 3rd culture kids) or minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like LGBT people). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some Japanese hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) have begrudged the USA.
10. I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I’d like to talk a bit about robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
11. Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss non-human primates and their rights. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn’t exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren’t homo sapiens.
12. You know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven’t been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don’t die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let’s not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
13. I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently able people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending, irreverent, misleading or xenophobic stereotypes about people with disabilities and outright erasure of such minorities. It seems ridiculous idealistic to coerce people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination. This must be why the “cripple punk” movement became a trend in the first place.
14. I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
15. The next point I want to make is about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from allergies and asthma, while some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
16. There’s this screw-up in the middle of the first part of my rant where I didn’t properly make text bold or italicized; I’d go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can’t change anything there.
17. If you see the (¿) symbols after a website’s URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
18. I’m sorry for not properly hyper-linking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational web-pages, you’ll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its follow-ups.
19. I’m sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
20. I’m sorry for being so inconsistent that I did things like use different kinds of quote marks and apostrophes or type “&” in some places while typing “and” elsewhere.
21. Before I forget, The Right Can’t Spell; more importantly, The Right Can’t Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn’t right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
22. Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.

P. S.: One last thing...
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
02.07.2021 | 01:48 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.1)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://pl.wykopedia.wikia.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.10)
Hey, everyone. I'm just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn't mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1. If you see the (¿) symbols after a website's URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
2. I'm sorry for not properly hyperlinking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational webpages, you'll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its first follow-up.
3. I'm sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
4. There's this screw-up in the first part of my message where I didn't properly make text bold or italicized; I'd go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can't change anything there.
5. I should've mentioned earlier that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
6. I apologize for being so inconsistent that I did things like use "&" in some places while using "and" elsewhere.
7. Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.
8. I'd like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6 from the first part of my tirade, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today's society. Thanks to some internet searching, I've learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a sense of deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9. I'd also like to add an addendum to another section of the first part of my tirade, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. I probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
10. I'd like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being through advancements in scientific progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like LGBT people). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) begrudge the USA.
11. You know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven't been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don't die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let's not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
12. Although I've already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry, I also should've mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
13. I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I'd like to talk a bit about non-human primates. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn't exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren't homo sapiens.
14. Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
15. Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance, ethnocentric ultra-nationalism has affected some groups that I haven't completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It's no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it's approximately two minutes until midnight.
16. Before I forget, The Right Can't Spell; more importantly, The Right Can't Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn't right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
17. I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently able people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending ableism that don’t involve coercing people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination rooted in a ridiculous ideal. This must be why the “cripple punk” movement became a trend in the first place.
18. I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
19. The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from allergies and asthma, while some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20. One big sign someone's with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of what anyone ought to eat, drink or wear, and one way to go down that rabbit hole is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of "field liberators" too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of "more natural" products, even if it leads to more animal cruelty or a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins.

P. S.: One last thing...
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
02.07.2021 | 01:15 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.1)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://pl.wykopedia.wikia.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.10)
Hey, everyone. I'm just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn't mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1. If you see the (¿) symbols after a website's URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
2. I'm sorry for not properly hyperlinking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational webpages, you'll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its first follow-up.
3. I'm sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
4. There's this screw-up in the first part of my message where I didn't properly make text bold or italicized; I'd go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can't change anything there.
5. I should've mentioned earlier that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
6. I apologize for being so inconsistent that I did things like use "&" in some places while using "and" elsewhere.
7. Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.
8. I'd like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6 from the first part of my tirade, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today's society. Thanks to some internet searching, I've learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a sense of deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9. I'd also like to add an addendum to another section of the first part of my tirade, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. I probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
10. I'd like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being through advancements in scientific progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like LGBT people). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) begrudge the USA.
11. You know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven't been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don't die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let's not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
12. Although I've already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry, I also should've mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
13. I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I'd like to talk a bit about non-human primates. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn't exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren't homo sapiens.
14. Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
15. Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance, ethnocentric ultra-nationalism has affected some groups that I haven't completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It's no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it's approximately two minutes until midnight.
16. Before I forget, The Right Can't Spell; more importantly, The Right Can't Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn't right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
17. I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently able people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending ableism that don’t involve coercing people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination rooted in a ridiculous ideal. This must be why the “cripple punk” movement became a trend in the first place.
18. I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
19. The next point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from allergies and asthma, while some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
20. One big sign someone's with a cult is having an extremely narrow idea of what anyone ought to eat, drink or wear, and one way to go down that rabbit hole is to join the anti-GMO crowd. Those kooky whiners are either hippie wannabes obsessed with astrology or religious zealots obsessed with spiritual texts like the Bible, the Quran, the Torah or the Vedas. Granted, the legal complications involving accidentally growing a patented GM crop are a serious concern, especially since a good number of GM crops have been sent to developing countries. Experts should continue debating the merits of growing non-organic food and textiles, like its more limited usage of more harmful and less effective pesticides or its greater yield per unit area, without catering to the demands of "field liberators" too hooked on some zeitgeist from yesteryear. Moreover, consumers should demand greater transparency regarding organic farm practices; some mega-corporations seem very invested in normalizing the purchasing of "more natural" products, even if it leads to more animal cruelty or a greater likelihood that their products may have been exposed to various bacteria, parasites and toxins.

P. S.: One last thing...
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RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
25.06.2021 | 08:07 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.1)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (that you can find by going to https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1 right now) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post:
https://pl.wykopedia.wikia.com
https://exotopedia.org (¿)
---
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.9)
Hey, everyone. I'm just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn't mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1. If you see the (¿) symbols after a website's URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
2. I'm sorry for not properly hyperlinking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational webpages, you'll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its first follow-up.
3. I'm sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
4. There's this screw-up in the first part of my message where I didn't properly make text bold or italicized; I'd go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can't change anything there.
5. I should've mentioned earlier that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Andalusian nationalism, Aragonese nationalism, Asturian nationalism, Breton nationalism, Canarian nationalism, Castilian nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Faroese independence, Greenlandic independence, London independence, Manx nationalism, Meitei nationalism, Naga nationalism, Northern England devolution, Occitan nationalism, Sicilian nationalism, Tripuri nationalism, Venetian nationalism, the Walloon Movement and Welsh nationalism.
6. I apologize for being so inconsistent that I did things like use "&" in some places while using "and" elsewhere.
7. Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric/anti-gentile extremists.
8. I'd like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6 from the first part of my tirade, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today's society. Thanks to some internet searching, I've learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical/anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a sense of deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9. I'd also like to add an addendum to another section of the first part of my tirade, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. I probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
10. I'd like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being through advancements in scientific progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like LGBT people). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) begrudge the USA.
11. You know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven't been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don't die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let's not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
12. Although I've already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry, I also should've mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
13. I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I'd like to talk a bit about non-human primates. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn't exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren't homo sapiens.
14. Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
15. Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance, ethnocentric ultra-nationalism has affected some groups that I haven't completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It's no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it's approximately two minutes until midnight.
16. Before I forget, The Right Can't Spell; more importantly, The Right Can't Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect/deficiency/disability/disease/disorder/handicap/illness/instability/pathology/problem/retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn't right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.
17. I think that more people should make shallow and unrealistic stories involving inspiration porn a thing of the past. While there may be many differently able people who have been legitimately inspired by tales of “supercrips” from fiction and real life, there must be better ways of countering condescending ableism that don’t involve coercing people with disabilities into acting prim and proper for the sake of positive/reverse discrimination rooted in a ridiculous ideal. This must be why the “cripple punk” movement became a trend in the first place.
18. I think there also needs to be more awareness about how to counter social amnesia, like by protecting our most important electronic devices from harm. We need more people who can implement ways to tackle software bugs like the Year 2038 problem, engineer ways to negate the impact of solar storms and create ways to deal with giant meteorites that could head towards Earth. More members of society must learn to accept that our planet is not invincible.
19. The last point I want to make is, fittingly enough, about COVID-19 and its effects on civilization. Some of the biggest consequences of living in urban environments for several generations involve more people suffering from allergies and asthma, while some of the biggest consequences of living under quarantine for several months involve more people being exposed to airborne pollutants in high concentrations. Since overpopulation stopped being a serious concern before the pandemic, I argue that we need better healthcare treatment plans that involve exposing people at a young age to dirty substances without exposing them to severely toxic air, all the while making sure to accommodate people with conditions like albinism.
https://desciclopedia-pt.fandom.com - https://konyolpedia.fandom.com
https://editthis.info/payopedia - https://en.nocyclo.tk - https://tolololpedia.miraheze.org - https://wikimerda.org
RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
25.05.2021 | 01:53 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Parts 2 & 3)

Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 2.0)
Greetings from the USA. I’d like to share with you all a rant I posted elsewhere (http://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=atheism&no=242760&_rk=Zxh&page=1) because I felt the need to tell someone about the dangers of taking the Bible (or anything else) too damn seriously. (By the way, I’m sorry for the random extra punctuation! Some of the apostrophes were holdovers from an earlier draft where I omitted certain letters to save as much space as possible while typing everything. Also, I added hyphens to some words to make it easier for noobs to read.) Oh, and here are some external links to important web-sites that I didn’t include in my previous multi-part post: http://pl.wykopedia.wikia.com http://exotopedia.org (¿)
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Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.8)
Hey, everyone. I'm just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn't mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant.

1. If you see the (¿) symbols after a website's URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
2. I'm sorry for not properly hyperlinking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational webpages, you'll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its first follow-up.
3. I'm sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
4. There's this screw-up in the first part of my message where I didn't properly make text bold or italicized; I'd go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can't change anything there.
5. I should've mentioned earlier that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Breton nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Occitan nationalism and Welsh nationalism.
6. I apologize for being so inconsistent that I used "&" in some places while using "and" elsewhere.
7. Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric / anti-gentile extremists.
8. I'd like to add an addendum to Extra Note #6 from the first part of my tirade, since there are a good number of genuinely anti-able-bodied people in today's society. Thanks to some internet searching, I've learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical / anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias due to a sense of deaf superiority, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias. You learn something new every day.
9. I'd also like to add an addendum to another section of the first part of my tirade, when I mentioned religious zealots who were uncomfortable with well-established scientific concepts. I probably should have mentioned that Big Bang cosmology and Earth’s age, density and roundness are also topics that contradict what is taught to various groups of hardline theists, be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic or Hindu.
10. I'd like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being through advancements in scientific progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like LGBT people). Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) begrudge the USA.
11. You know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven't been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don't die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let's not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
12. Although I've already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry, I also should've mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
13. I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I'd like to talk a bit about non-human primates. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn't exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren't homo sapiens.
14. Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
15. Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance, ethnocentric ultra-nationalism has affected some groups that I haven't completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It's no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it's approximately two minutes until midnight.
16. Before I forget, The Right Can't Spell; more importantly, The Right Can't Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect / deficiency / disability / disease / disorder / handicap / illness / instability / pathology / problem / retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn't right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.

http://desciclopedia-pt.fandom.com
http://konyolpedia.fandom.com

http://editthis.info/payopedia
http://en.nocyclo.tk
http://tolololpedia.miraheze.org
http://wikimerda.org
RecursiveBible (anonymer Benutzer)
14.04.2021 | 09:34 Uhr
Fuck the Recursive Bible! (Version 3.6)

Hey, everyone. I'm just looking for other places to share my ever-expanding “black book” about the evils of society so I can clarify some mistakes I made and discuss a few more things that I didn't mention in my previous addendum to my epic rant (that you can find by going to http://www.okoun.cz/boards/mezinarodni_vztahy_a_politika right now).

1. If you see the (¿) symbols after a website's URL, then it means that the last time I checked, that site is gone for good and can only be accessed by an internet archive of sorts.
2. I'm sorry for not properly hyperlinking everything; I was in a rush to make my message known, so even though all the URLs mentioned can link to (possibly formerly) operational webpages, you'll have to copy and paste everything to see what pages I thought would be relevant to my original blog post and its first follow-up.
3. I'm sorry for linking to dead wikis, especially those from the ever-polarizing FANDOM wiki farm.
4. There's this screw-up in the first part of my message where I didn't properly make text bold or italicized; I'd go back and fix it if I could, but I visited that site anonymously instead of creating an account, so I guess I can't change anything there.
5. I should've mentioned earlier that there are other independence movements that could mix with queer nationalism, like Breton nationalism, Cornish nationalism, Occitan nationalism and Welsh nationalism.
6. I apologize for being so inconsistent that I used "&" in some places while using "and" elsewhere.
7. Authoritarian parents that are demanding but not responsive suck, as do buzzer trolls from Indonesia, MRAsians and Judeo-centric / anti-gentile extremists.
8. I'd like to add an addendum to Extra Note # 6 from the first part of my tirade. Thanks to some internet searching, I've learned that much like how some autistic people have an anti-neuro-typical / anti-NT bias and how some deaf people have an anti-hearing bias, some blind people have an anti-sighted bias . You learn something new every day.
9. I'd like to add something about what I like to call “modern minorities.” This is a term that I personally use to describe minorities that have come into being through advancements in scientific progress (like donor-conceived people) rather than minorities that have become more tolerated in modern times than throughout most of human history (like LGBT people) . Some forms of troublesome bigotry that can emanate from modern minorities include the way that some cyborgs despise people who question trans-humanism and the way that some hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) begrudge the USA.
10. You know what else grinds my gears? Conjoined people haven't been tolerated very much throughout history. These days, their parents may choose to abort them to avert the heartache of raising children that are likely to die young. Moreover, even if they don't die early, they might get separated into singletons just to blend in with everyone else, regardless of what the siblings truly want. Oh, and let's not forget how they used to be showcased at carnivals purely for the sake of entertainment.
11. Although I've already condemned various forms of organized religious zealotry, I also should've mentioned other reprehensible forms of religious nationalism, like Buddhist nationalism and the Khalistan movement.
12. I believe I let a sense of human exceptionalism get the better of me until now; to make up for that, I'd like to talk a bit about non-human primates. Starting in the late 20th century, members of endangered species of apes (like bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans) have shown that they are intelligent enough to communicate with humans to convey their thoughts, be it through sign language or lexigrams. If we are going to improve as a society, we mustn't exclude the perspectives of others simply because they aren't homo sapiens.
13. Speaking of non-humans, I think that more people ought to discuss robots and their rights. As we become more reliant on advanced technology, perhaps it would be altruistic to accommodate society for the sake of another modern minority.
14. Despite my contempt for unjustified intolerance, ethnocentric ultra-nationalism has affected some groups that I haven't completely highlighted yet, like Arabs in the Middle East, the Han Chinese in Mainland China and Koreans in the Korean Peninsula. It's no wonder the Doomsday Clock says it's approximately two minutes until midnight.
15. Before I forget, The Right Can't Spell; more importantly, The Right Can't Think. Too many conservatives claim liberalism is a form of mental defect / deficiency / disability / disease / disorder / handicap / illness / instability / pathology / problem / retardation or genetic mutation, even though such theories require ignoring how people often become more right-leaning as they become older. Bonus points get deducted for those idiots who believe the infamously fascist Third Reich wasn't right-wing, even though this murderous cult first came for the socialists and was against things like abortion, homosexuality, public education and secularism.

http://desciclopedia-pt.fandom.com - http://konyolpedia.fandom.com
http://editthis.info/payopedia - http://en.nocyclo.tk - http://tolololpedia.miraheze.org - http://wikimerda.org
27.03.2021 | 16:52 Uhr
Hallo :)
Ich habe die Übersetzung entdeckt und freue mich sehr. Ich habe sie vor einiger Zeit schon mal auf Englisch gelesen. Jedoch in der Muttersprache zu lesen ist immer was anderes :) Die Geschichte ist toll und finde es klasse, wenn sich jemand Mühe macht, sowas zu übersetzen!

Trennung, dies hat jetzt nichts mit der Übersetzung zu tun, sondern vielleicht eher allgemein :)

Ein Gedanke ist mir wieder gekommen: Warum meinen Autoren einem kleinen Jungen immer so viele Nachnamen geben zu müssen? Achtung jetzt Klugscheißere ich: Entweder behält man seinen Geburtsnamen, hier Evans und Verres oder man bestimmt einen gemeinsamen Familiennamen. Hier: Evans oder Verres. Alternativ kann jeder seinen Namen behalten und man bestimmt einen Familiennamen (den dann potentiell in der Ehe geborene Kinder tragen). Eine weitere Möglichkeit ist es, wenn Frau Evans und Herr Verres heiraten, dann können sie nun überlegen, ob sie mit Familiennamen «Verres» oder «Evans» heißen wollen. Beide entscheiden sich in diesem Fall für den Geburtsnamen des Mannes - also «Verres». Die Frau kann sich darüber hinaus «Evans-Verres» oder «Verres-Evans» nennen. Egal, wie sie sich entscheidet: Ihr Mann behält seinen Nachnamen, also nur Verres. Harry würde dann in die Ehe gebracht werden und hier könnte man eine Namensangleichung beantragen. Oder Harry heißt einfach Harry Potter, da er ja einfach der Neffe ist. Aber ein Name wie Potter-Evans-Verres ist zumindest in Deutschland Quatsch!
....jetzt werde ich gehässig: Es fehlen noch die Namen Merlin-Gryffindor- Black hmmmmm welchen Namen könnte man noch anfügen?

sooooo! :)
LiViSku (anonymer Benutzer)
14.11.2020 | 15:42 Uhr
Super übersetzt, nur zwei Anmerkungen/ Korrekturen:
"not really" wird im Deutschen meistens mit "nicht wirklich" übersetzt, dabei ist die richtige Übersetzung eigentlich "eigentlich nicht". Man hat sich schon an "nicht wirklich" gewöhnt und es scheint auch nochmal einen Unterschied zu machen, aber wenn man beide Varianten vergleicht, machen sie kaum einen Unterschied.

Sie sah sich selbst als jemandEN, der die Dinge selbst in die Hand nimmt.
Als wen sieht sie sich? Als jemanden. Also Akkusativ.
05.06.2019 | 15:37 Uhr
Ein tolles Kapitel. Gut geschrieben. Echt interessant. Hat mir gefallen. Das Ende war echt gut. ;)

LG
05.06.2019 | 09:03 Uhr
Ein tolles Kapitel. Echt gut geschrieben. Gefällt mir. Sehr gut gemacht.
Oh Mann. Harry macht sich ja echt Freunde. Das kann ja noch was werden. Ich bin gespannt.

LG
01.06.2019 | 09:53 Uhr
Das geht echt interessant weiter. Gut geschrieben. Gefällt mir. Echt gut gemacht.

LG
29.05.2019 | 14:30 Uhr
Wieder mal ein tolles Kapitel. Sehr gut geschrieben. Hat mir gefallen. Echt gut gemacht. Ich musste öfters Schmunzeln. Harry ist echt gut. Hehe.

LG
29.05.2019 | 13:50 Uhr
Oh mein Gott! Das war so genial. Bei McGonagalls Auftauchen Auftauchen musdte ich schon lachen, aber spätestens als Draco angefangen hat zu sprechen, habe ich so einen Lachflash bekommen. Ich konnte nicht mehr. Zusammen könnten die beiden so manches Chaos stiften. Das war so genial.
Wieder mal ein richtig tolles Kapitel. Sehr gut geschrieben. Das macht ihr echt toll.

LG
29.05.2019 | 13:30 Uhr
Oh Mann. Na das geht ja echt interessant weiter. Harry wird die wohl alle in den Wahnsinn treiben. Na mal sehen, was Hermine zu ihm sagt. Da freue ich mich schon drauf. Hehe.
Wieder mal sehr gut geschrieben. Hat mir gefallen.

LG
28.05.2019 | 13:54 Uhr
Wieder mal ein tolles Kapitel. Sehr gut geschrieben. Das macht ihr echt gut. Allmählich quillt mir der Kopf vor wissenschaftlichen Fachbegriffen über. Allzuviel darf man hier wohl nicht auf einmal lesen. Oh Mann.

LG
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