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  • As far as I am concerned, AI/Robotics/Software and Food are the core issues that’ll define the future of mankind. It is undeniable that the future of Food will be defined by how we treat our planet and how we treat animals. Animals for Food becomes a complicated topic when Science is clear about human biology…

  • Human #1: “Every object have gravity” Human #2: “We could shoot a bus-sized thing into a planet but nearly miss on purpose in such way that it’ll slingshot around in another direction even faster, and if we do that over and over again we’ll accelerate it. If we send it really fast, it’ll go to…

  • These are my favorite podcasts to learn about yourself: body, mind and spirit. The 5 Pillars of Health and Performance by Andrew Huberman are simple steps that shake us off from the bad habits caused by modern life. Andrew is single-handedly changing biology and science by making it visible to the curious minds. Not many…

  • The cost of dying before you should

    I’m curious and I read a lot. I curate / condense it here if I care/have time. Use this to get inspired instead of seeing it as advice. When.. .. are we, as a society handling our most fragile well? For instance, is it even ethical for unemployment consultants to push people into night jobs…

  • April 25 1974: 50 years with 30% of freedom

    Portugal is one of the oldest countries in the world but one of the youngest democracies. Anyone that knows how the country is knows how undemocratic this form democracy is and how unfree this freedom is. That’s a bold statement that makes much more sense under different perspectives: I will take the liberty of defining…

  • Appreciate those working hard to get us to a better place. If you have some time…

  • The golden age of learning

    I just got reminded of the most amazing detail, while applying to a gig in an area outside of my past experience. It is mind-blowing how much knowledge is available online. At the expense of those with ADHD, the curious mind is living in the most amazing era driven by knowledge today. And that knowledge…

  • Oct 7: wars by ignorance

    What a sad day.. Anyone that believes in progress and science must feel incredibly sad how ignorance won. Many got hurt today and many more will get hurt in the days after. It’s not about which side is right! I cannot believe that some in the western world were chanting while the slaughter was still…

  • The most beautiful force in the Universe

    As a software engineer, I always loved the notion that humans invented engineering when they stopped believing in magic: they still wanted to experience that magic but they just found out that creating it is the best way to see something that doesn’t exist yet.  That’s why “every new, advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”…

  • Can paper be sustainable at all?

    There is a big transition (often away from plastics) into sustainable alternatives. When trees are our best technology for carbon capture, is it really sustainable to cut trees to make paper / wood? Even when those trees were initially planted under a commercial context for that sole purpose? We need to think harder about using…