Archive for September, 2015

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What Can We Learn From Homo naledi’s Skull?

After the excitement of Homo naledi’s discovery and extraction from deep in a narrow cave in South Africa, and the implication that these non-humans may have intentionally carried their dead deep into the earth, we are left with the bones themselves, what they tell us about these creatures, and what new questions they inspire. These […]

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Homo naledi’s Nike-Ready Foot

After the excitement of Homo naledi’s discovery and extraction from deep in a narrow cave in South Africa, and the implication that these non-humans may have intentionally carried their dead deep into the earth, we are left with the bones themselves, what they tell us about these creatures, and what new questions they inspire. These […]

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Homo naledi’s Powerful Hand Up Close

After the excitement of Homo naledi’s discovery and extraction from deep in a narrow cave in South Africa, and the implication that these non-humans may have intentionally carried their dead deep into the earth, we are left with the bones themselves, what they tell us about these creatures, and what new questions they inspire. These […]

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A World Without Bees

For nearly a decade, the declining health of bee colonies has been a growing concern for entomologists and conservationists around the world. Beginning in 2006, beekeepers started to report unusually heavy losses in their honey bee populations. Since then, the rate of bee deaths has shown little sign of improvement, with average winter losses in […]

The Rise of Victimhood Culture

Last fall at Oberlin College, a talk held as part of Latino Heritage Month was scheduled on the same evening that intramural soccer games were held. As a result, soccer players communicated by email about their respective plans. “Hey, that talk looks pretty great,” a white student wrote to a Hispanic student, “but on the […]

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The Truth about Primitive Life: A Critique of Anarcho-Primitivism

As the Industrial Revolution proceeded, modern society created for itself a self-congratulatory myth, the myth of “progress”: From the time of our remote, ape-like ancestors, human history had been an unremitting march toward a better and brighter future, with everyone joyously welcoming each new technological advance: animal husbandry, agriculture, the wheel, the construction of cities, […]

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And out of the wilderness comes Wildism: An interview with John F. Jacobi

John Jacobi, who is co-founder and editor of The Wildernist was kind enough to speak to me about Wildism, the Unabomber, and how hunting and gathering is where it’s at. Can you tell me a little more about the Wildist Network and how it started? For a while now several groups of people who truly […]

Note by Último Reducto about his ideological evolution and the present-day validity of his texts

Último Reducto has been sporadically publishing texts with this name since 1996. In all these years an evolution of his ideas has taken place, an ideological refinement of his stances being carried out in the process. The initial ideas of Último Reducto (like, for example, in the publication Último Reducto n°0, 1996), despite already targeting […]

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Note on ‘Road to Revolution’

A collection of my writings has been published by Editions of Xenia of Vevey, Switzerland, in English under the title The Road to Revolution, and in French under the title L’Effondrement du Système Technologique. The book also contains an afterword (appearing as a preface in the French version) by Dr. Patrick Barriot, and an afterword […]

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Note about the existence of texts falsely attributed to Ted Kaczynski

The purpose of this note is to draw attention to the existence of some texts, circulating in both paper and digital format, whose authorship is being falsely attributed to Ted Kaczynski. Some, such as The rehabilitation of the State by leftists (edited by Tormentas Negras)1 or Communique before the Obama presidency2 are simply texts attributed […]

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