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dr. anima adjepong Nov 26
Replying to @louise_seamster
Laugh cry 🙃
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Daniel Laurison Nov 26
Replying to @louise_seamster
1. Thank you! 2. I think all the sociologists I like are big sci-fi nerds. Or at least there's a lot of correlation there. 3. (I'm just ignoring the 2018 in the center for my sanity for now.)
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Daniel Laurison Nov 26
Replying to @louise_seamster
handmaid's tale I think could go ... maybe right in the center, actually - surveillance dystopia is maybe not quite right for it, but there's definitely eugenics & climate disaster. (I haven't read it in a very long time, but I read it at ~12 & some of it is etched in my psyche).
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Louise Seamster Nov 26
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Daniel Laurison Nov 26
Replying to @louise_seamster
Lol, thanks. I'm not *generally* ignoring 2018, don't worry.
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Louise Seamster Nov 26
Replying to @Daniel_Laurison
hm. yep, you are correct! I'd say surveillance too.
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seasonably cool jtzl Nov 26
Replying to @louise_seamster
This is beautiful.
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seasonably cool jtzl Nov 26
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Art Or Not Art Nov 26
Replying to @jtzl @louise_seamster
Art.
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Bill Stewart Nov 26
Replying to @louise_seamster
What's 2018's Eugenic Dystopia? Trump and the racists hating non-white people?
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Helene N. Knudsen Nov 26
Replying to @louise_seamster
you forgot about external factors out of human control. what if this happens ?
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Stephan Engberg Nov 26
Replying to @louise_seamster
Interesting. IMHO you underweigh corporate sousveillance and the new-feudal alignment of the worst of private and public sector power structures Here from 2009 predicting most of the major problems of today and what should have been done.
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Rolf Amfelt Nov 26
kan du placere nogle flere?
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Anders Høeg Nissen Nov 26
Det kunne være et fint hyggeprojekt en vinteraften 😜
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Louise Seamster Nov 27
Replying to @BillStewart415
this is what started it all
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Louise Seamster Nov 27
Replying to @Engbrg @ArtDecider
decided this is art. you cannot improve a work of art
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Louise Seamster Nov 27
Replying to @BillStewart415
it led me to think about how in dystopic fiction there's a thin edge between a societal point when tech/massive resources can be devoted to reprogramming genetics OR massive surveillance, before the environmental impacts of that tech/resource exploitation hit home
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Irina Chukhray Nov 27
Replying to @louise_seamster
I really liked The Day After Tomorrow!
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