A dispute on the moon prompts NASA officials to begin arming astronauts. Ed’s past comes back to haunt him.
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Nearly a decade later, technology and lunar exploration have taken huge strides—but a solar storm threatens the astronauts on Jamestown.
For All Mankind season 2’s premiere just dropped on AppleTV and I just wanted to say anyone here who is looking for something to fill the void left by The Expanse then please go watch it.
The show could almost be a precursor. While The Expanse is a Sci-fi, For All Mankind is more of a historical reimagining of the space race, however they work together in this instance. The Expanse has even referenced For All Mankind in an easter egg. I dont want to spoil anything so I wont say much else, however I highly HIGHLY recommend it for all Expanse fans.
I know no one wants another streaming service to pay for, but for only $4.99 For All Mankind alone makes AppleTV worth it. Its well written, is extremely realistic, the characters are all likable, its keeps you engaged and has some absolutely beautiful scenery... all like one of our favorite shows. Go check it out!
Tbh I dont count on AppleTV succeeding, hopefully this show garners enough attention and gets saved should anything happen to the service lol
Edit: does everyone complaining about Apple not see the irony in paying Amazon to watch the expanse?
Personally, I just like the stock. I hope it gives my generation a voice and I hope others like me use it to better the planet and not just themselves.
Don't forget to avoid $CUM getting in your eyes and blurring your vision.
Episode is up already for me, don’t know about anyone else.
Margo must lead a seemingly impossible mission. Danielle wants to return to the moon. Gordo grappled with life on Earth.
Context: The Emperor and Ra, one of his Custodes, regularly have little private talks in which he shows him visions amongst other things. Ra got into a mean battle with his fellow zealots and is now unconscious. No better time for a little talk.
> ‘Ra,’ the Emperor greeted him. The worthies around them both continued speaking, no longer paying either of them any heed at all.
>‘All of this,’ the Custodian said. He gestured not only to the primarchs, but the amassed pomp itself – the geoscaped continent, the sky pregnant with dropships, the gathered regimental masses weeping and cheering below. ‘Why, sire? I never asked it then, and I have always wondered since. Why all of this?’
>‘For glory,’ the Emperor replied. ‘To honour the creatures that call themselves my sons. My necessary tools. They feed on glory as if it were a palpable sustenance. Their own glory, of course, no different from the kings and emperors of old. It scarcely crosses their mind that glory matters nothing to me. I could have had a planet’s worth of glory any time I wished it when I walked in the species’ shadow throughout prehistory. Only three of them ever thought to ask why I timed my emergence as I did.’
>‘Humanity’s perception of god-beings has never been consistent,’ the Emperor mused. ‘Give any being great power and the largesse to act with impunity, and what you have is indivisible from those ancient myths. The rage of thunder gods. The battle drums of nations that prayed to war gods. The madness and decadence of powerful kings. That is what true power has always done to the mortal mind – elements of humanity become magnified, more human than human. In that light, are the primarchs not deities?’
> Ra grunted, noncommittal. ‘That is not what I meant, my liege. I mean… how could they betray you without warning? Why did you not foresee it?’
> For the first time in Ra’s memory, the Emperor hesitated. He wondered if he was the first of the Custodian Guard – perhaps even the first Imperial soul – to ask such a thing. The Ten Thousand had spoken of it amongst themselves many hundreds of times. Consensus on the truth was impossible to reach. Their place was to live in loyalty and die in duty, not question in doubt.
> ‘You ask about the very nature of foresight,’ said the Emperor. ‘From your words and tone, you suggest it is no different to looking back down a road already travelled, and seeing the places and people you have passed.’
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Is there anything that suggests what the Emperor of Mankind was up to during the Dark Age of Technology?
As I understand it, this was the most advanced / prosperous period for mankind until AI went berserk and unraveled everything. It seems to me that the emperor is capable of massive intervention in human affairs so I am confused why he didn't head this off and start replacing AI beforehand.
I may be overestimating him though since his plans turned civilization into a horrific hellscape for most people.
So, I’m genuinely curious.
I wonder if society being so accepting, and it almost being a trend now, is the cause of the rise... OR if 100 years ago just as many people felt this way, but closeted because it was shunned?
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I've had lots of discussion and arguments with people that were more knowledgeable than me in many fields. Most of the time, when I asked a basic question on something fundamental, those people were capable of giving me a simple explanation of how things worked. It was of course far from a complete one, but enough to end some of the most common misunderstandings regarding that subject. Sometimes I could easily realize that my starting position was wrong just by having a couple of questions answered. Other times we eventually realized that we were just saying the same thing but with different "labels".
These discussions were all over the place in terms of subject and complexity. It could be Physics, Biology or Economics. Even things as hard to wrap your hand around as Einstein's Relativity! There is one type of "expert", though, with whom these things never happen: marxists. It doesn't matter how much I learn about Marxism, if I don't blindly accept its thesis (like the majority of professionals who dedicated their life to the study of Economics), I'm never given a quick explanation of why I'm wrong. No. There is always a 2000-long page book I have yet to read, or some piece of the elementary, easily accesible for any high-school student Math in Das Kapital that is too obscure for a brain like mine to understand (quite ironic seeeing the Relativity example). No matter what the question, remark or criticism is, the answer is always "You're ignorant. Go read".
The worst part is that the people who [claim to] have read all of that stuff can't even agree among themselves on the interpretation of even the fundamentals of Marxism. I am not referring of course to people in academia here, but rather the average person you find arguing online. I've seen one "knowledgeable" person telling me to "go read" about all the accurate predictions Marx made that turned out true after his own death. When I replied to that, explaining how Marx got many predictions wrong, I got yet another comment from another "knowledgeable" person telling me that I sould "go read" about how Marx never made any predictions at all! Something similar happens with the fundamentals of the Labor Theory of Value. When I ask a basic question like "is value proportional to socially necessary labor time?", I always get a specific, concise answer which has a proof is in some 3000-page long book. The only problem is that said specific, concise answer is not always the same! It goes anywhere form "Yes... keep reading on reddit ➡