Is this the moment Wile e Coyote looks down?

91 comments on “Is this the moment Wile e Coyote looks down?
  1. Specky4eyes says:

    “Unless someone rides in on a white horse with trillions of dollars (or euros) of easy credit, it looks like we are headed for a massive credit crunch”

    Revelation 19:11
    And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.

  2. Daniel S says:

    “Stacy Summary: The Guardian’s man in Tripoli tells a story of the elite using classic Straussian technique of stirring up racial and religious fear and hatred to inspire the masses to do your bidding.”

    “Fundamentalists and Kochbots LOOK AWAY NOW!!!”

    “More billion dollar AGW disasters this year than ever before”

    Yeah, no hatred or fear there at all.

  3. Apocalypto says:

    “…five inch thick doors…” ?? And it’s flown from stop to stop ??

    Well holy fucking AGW nightmare!!! Obama, SHAME ON YOU! A BIG, FAT AGW SHAME ON YOU!

  4. Flopot says:

    Don’t worry, Mr Durden, once all entitlements are scrapped (evil, f**king parasitic scrounging feckers!) and the people are freed from the last vestiges of coercion then freedom will reign! The corporations, especially the banks, will be shorn of the malign influence of GOVERNMENT (cue jarring music and shrieks from the peanut gallery). From the shadows, men and women in suits will emerge, arms slightly raised. And from their cuffs shall trickle gold and all shall be well.

  5. Wolferl says:

    Yeah, bring back the credit crunch. That´s what i´m waiting for the last 1 1/2 year. I want to spend my cash for cheap assets.

  6. Marc Authier says:

    Max is the one that makes Bip! Bip ! with Stacy on Russia Today. 🙂 Lol

  7. MirrorMirror says:

    Liberty Dollars may be subject to seizure
    Federal officials call medallic pieces ‘contraband’

    Like … in your face theft !

  8. MirrorMirror says:

    Minister Farrakhan on Ron Paul & Exposing the Federal Reserve and International Bankers

    Tells the story of Jekyll Island !

  9. J Sabbich says:

    *Meep Meep* It’s the Roadrunner.

  10. JonnyJames says:

    El coyote ya esta cayendo…

    The article is pretty lightweight. It does not even go into the fraud, manipulated CPI and Unemployment figures, GDP figures etc. etc. Even using the BS rigged numbers the coyote is already falling

  11. J Sabbich says:

    The ZH article says –

    “The U.S. gave Europe our subprime woes. ”

    This is true, so this is why I don’t get why so many in Europe are against the Eurobonds – Eurobonds would attract the investment capital to enable Europe to shove the subprime problem right back up the American’s asses and fuck the dollar $$$ once and for all; also it would enable us to cut the 2 Trillion global debt exposure by a lot; this is in the financial services companies’ interests as they will be destroyed otherwise, yet this crazy currency war it seems that no one is a rational actor; we do not have rational ‘markets’ acting rationally. We have crazy people (investors) and evil people (banks) running hither and tither beating the shit out of governments who are trying to solve the problems by fucking their own people over (austerity – which is poverty). Does any of this speak to the rationality and self-regulation of actors in the market? IE. the ‘markets’ themselves? No. They’re all fucking nuts as far I can see.

  12. ronron says:

    @Stacy, you think Max would like this?

  13. 8Ball says:

    Does a Clean Environment Preempt a Healthy Economy?

    Obama’s proposed regs would cost billions annually … President Obama told Speaker John A. Boehner in a letter Tuesday that his administration is considering seven regulations that would each cost the U.S. economy more than $1 billion per year, although he added that these rules are “merely proposed.” All told, the seven proposed rules cited by Mr. Obama would cost companies at least $38 billion per year and could cost as much as $100 billion annually. “Before finalizing any of them, we will take account of public comments and concerns and give careful consideration to cost-saving possibilities and alternatives,” Mr. Obama wrote to the Ohio Republican. – Washington Times

  14. SilverPorno says:

    @Max – if you need a venue for a rant in september in london let me know – I can sort it for you.

    jeezy creezy.


    If Max wants a goodamn venue in london for a rant in september give him a serious kick up the arse. Hello.


  15. JonnyJames says:

    The two are not mutually exclusive. BTW Obama nor Boehner give a rat’s ass about anything except where their next check is coming from and where their next revolving door consutling job is going to be. That’s why I call 99% of politicians “politi-whores” – they serve their bankster/corporate clients very well.

  16. Flopot says:

    @J Sabbich

    There is no difference between the crazy investors, the banksters and the government. Once you accept that they are all working for each others interests then everything starts to make sense. Western governments are corporatist now – the corporations have taken control.

  17. stacyherbert says:

    @SilverPorno – okay, okay; I’ll send you an email when we’re ready to head to London

  18. Mark Lytle says:


    Another Tyler Durden goodie..

    Guest Post: Marx, Labor’s Dwindling Share Of The Economy And The Crisis Of Advanced Capitalism

  19. 8Ball says:

    “There is no difference between the crazy investors, the banksters and the government.”

    Correct, it is past the time to be focusing on how absurd the details of it are… That is just woo-woo to rev up the populace.

    The whole thing is already absurd and it serves no purpose to focus on nonsensical events like 11 year olds involved in contrived riots. Rioting is just another mechanism of control by the state.

  20. patrick says:

    always did hate that little bastard road runner

  21. Mike/Canada says:

    was there one time where Wile e Coyote caught him.

  22. Mike/Canada says:

    Alex Jones is going off about the wood police you where talking about .

  23. 8Ball says:

    Max, what “class” are you in?

  24. J Sabbich says:

    @ Flopot

    I suppose not, investors, banks & government all part of the same fascist corporate oligarchy.

  25. SilverPorno says:


    At last. 🙂

    Look forward to hearing from you.

  26. JailBanksters says:

    All that money can easily be paid, you just a loan.
    So what’s the problem?

  27. YoLithos says:

    Then, the movie ends. The theater lights don’t come back on. everyone gropes for the exit, crawling on their hands and knees. A small group finds the entrance. Opens the doors. And finds the ashes of a post-apocalyptic world in the shadow of a financial nuclear winter – with the looters and zombies dodging each other. In a m

  28. YoLithos says:

    ess like that, who has time to even notice some alien dudes in the screaming crowd?

  29. Happy Dick says:

    Wondering it this coming fall season will be the rising up of the tide. Seems the timing is ripe for the storm to start.
    from Anonymous?? (your thoughts)

  30. Flopot says:

    Just caught latest Keiser Report. Brilliant analysis by Max and Stacy on “neo-slavery” and a fascinating guest shining the light on the dark side of micro-financing in Yemen. Economists always pissed me off when, during my arguments with them, they would start waffling about banks supporting local business.

    Anyway, I am going to buy this guy’s book, “Chaos in Yemen” I think…

    And Saturday’s show just announced. Max and Stacy you will need to pace yourselves now – no more the lifestyle of a stockbroker for you two.

  31. t-rex and the slick pig says:

    and it still brings a little laugh, how many times before have we seen this happen, you have to love the cartoons of yesterday. where is porky pig, fog horn leghorn and dog? where is chen and the 6 wives? f beard anyone?

  32. Steven Rowlandson says:

    Don’t worry about the end of the world. The more you look for it the longer it is delayed, denied or explained away as a conspiracy theory. If it happens it will come apon you like a thief in the night, your throat cut and your pocket picked.
    On a smaller scale it worked on 911. Just be ready to do a counter attack before you get killed and robbed.

  33. jischinger says:

    all those people heading down to wall street next week should keep chanting meep meep

  34. Robert Mockan says:

    The people involved were too stupid to panic when they were outed about their criminal activities. By now they should be running, because even the brain dead among them must know they WILL be punished, even if the “financial world” were to recover tomorrow.

  35. Steven Rowlandson says:

    The cartoon reminds me of my first stock market investment. Having worked hard, saved hard and found a good investment I got to where I wanted to be just like the coyote and then some churn them and burn them stock broker talked me into taking a profit before the shares really went up. After 2 or 3 more attempts at investing I gave up and bought silver much to the chagrin of my stock brokers. Yes you can go broke taking a profit! The quest for capital gains through stock investment can lead to investing your money untill it is all gone. I know. It happened to me.

  36. Youri Carma says:

    The current rate of inflation, 3.6% as measured by the consumer price index, means 10-year notes yield negative 1.41% after accounting for costs in the economy.

    FROM: Treasuries Decline After Advancing Asian Stocks Reduce Demand for Safety

  37. Capt. Ray says:

    @ Daniel S

    A warning and a prediction are no form of rioting or in anyway near galinizing anybody to do so.

    If you think it will; then tax forms should be abolished due to national securety. It might just flip someone over the edge.

    I dealt with mutiny ones.
    Desperate people, imo.
    No fucking clue of what they are leading ones they’ve taken over the wheel. Literally speaking.

    Outspokenly and definitely throughout this whole endeavor i stayed in charge. At the end I even offered my shoulder for their tears.

    If you don’t know how to steer a ship, or where to go, don’t step the way of the boatsman. Just STFU. Trust me; you can also tell the boatsman where the dangers are. The boatsman does it for a while too, you know.


  38. Youri Carma says:

    MSM PROPAGANDA –> “Gold may fall for a second day as a rally in global equities trimmed investor demand for haven investments amid speculation the U.S. Federal Reserve may step up measures to stimulate growth .”

    WTF!? That’s bullish for Gold not bearish! WhO-TF they think they’re talkin too!?

  39. ZORRO LONDON says:

    No banking reforms in the UK till……2015!!!

    From todays BBC news

    2015!…..may as well be 3015.

    It will be game over and or world war in the next 18 months.

    If this does not demonstrate whose the dog and whose the tail I dont know what does.

    And as for consideration of the ordinary peoples welfare, the view of the elite is that they are no more than the inconvenient dried clinker that hangs from the dogs arse……………………..Z

  40. Evolutis says:

    @8 Ball … never listened to Farrakhan before and for the first couple of minutes, had to fight off my dumbass, judgemental perceptions to press the kill switch. That would have been a mistake. Thank u

  41. ZORRO LONDON says:

    @ Youri C


    The more we see the propaganda machine step up, and accelarate the hype of the stock market in the face of shrinking global consumer demand, the nearer we know we are to the collapse.

    The NWO illuminati rats just want the whole thing to implode as soon as possible and make as much money in the last death spasms of the system.

    Even the head of the IMF , Christine Lagarde has gone on the record that we are approaching a “dangerous phase”.


  42. ZORRO LONDON says:

    Yesterday, I watched this guy from the socialist workers party handing out leaflets in the street in London.

    As I passed, I looked at him with sadness and pity, thinking how little does he understand of who the true enemy is, how misguided his efforts, stuck in his cold war, blue team, red team class struggle paradigm.

    In reality, he had no idea how to fight or change the system, and he reflected the tragedy of the masses groping about in the darkness.

    How apt, the term Illuminati………………………….Z

  43. Capt. Ray says:

    @ Robert

    Cheer up man!
    When I was in College I was allowed to smoke in the hallways. I, for sure, lit up at the end of another 2 hours of math. I did the “metal/producing” collage. No-one gave a shit, to repeat your words.

    Kicker is:
    I’m 35. Born in ’76.
    Bought and restored a 52’ clipper at age 25.
    Had no excess to food for 3 months.
    Dude, then .gov took my identity away for ½ year.
    Meanwhile I had to undergo an amputation ( $800 on a Visa card)

    All in all; No biggy, imo.

    Things change rapidly. Don’t be discouraged by the speed of it. Jump the wave! 😉

    ‘ It’s all in the Nash equilibrium. ‘

  44. Capt. Ray says:

    O, and the Fun Fact of today:
    At school I was thought that 80% of what you learn at school you never use again.

    So, all in all; all cards are on the table.
    Like always 😉


  45. SilverCondom says:

    Modern Societies simple:

    1. Royalty + MPs + Oligarchs = Elite class = Bank account full = Ideas useful(backed by money, power).

    2. The rest (which you and me are part of) yesyesyes, you belong here = Monkeys = Bank account empty = Have only “Ideas” (Who cares?)= Useless.

    Me think (Me am).

    pfffrrrrt (Me fart). 🙂

  46. Youri Carma says:

    @Capt. Ray

    Yeah that’s the real American spirit which the government tries to kill.

    A lumberjack trapped deep in an isolated forest freed himself by cutting off all the toes on his right foot with a penknife

    Who knows Robby Naish anymore today? I remember Robby Naish commin to the Netherlands surfing in windforce 11 on Zandvoort beach when these surfboards were still as heavy and bigger than a door.

  47. 8Ball says:

    Fukushima: “We’ve got to stop these sorts of reports coming out, because they are really upsetting the Japanese population,” says Gerry Thomas at Imperial College London, who is attending the meeting. “The media has a hell of a lot of responsibility here, because the worst post-Chernobyl effects were the psychological consequences and this shouldn’t happen again.”

    Heaven forbid that the proles wake up and realize that they are pawns of the system…
    Fukushima (Truthful Reporting) media coverage ‘may be harmful’

  48. Mark Lytle says:

    Slightly but not totally O.T.

    Found this Har-Har a few minutes ago:

    Panglossian Disorders and Their Subtypes

    Temporal Subtypes:

    Scarlet O’Hara-ism- “I’ll just have to think about that tomorrow.” A strategy of denial that allows the person to temporally compartmentalize the feared event(s).
    Futurism: “Sure, that will happen, but it will occur after all of us are long dead.” A belief that something that might happen in the distant future is no concern in the present.
    Y2K features: “They said everything would collapse with 2000, and it didn’t.” A belief that any prior concern about societal problems that didn’t occur demonstrates the impossibility of any others happening in the future.

    Angry Subtypes:

    Rhett-Butlerist Features- “Peak Oil? Planetary Collapse? Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.” Aggressive denial of information not in keeping with one’s world view.
    Kill the Messenger Redirection: “Why are you telling me this? What kind of sicko focuses on these kinds of facts? You need help!” The belief that those who bring bad news are doing it for malevolent reasons.

    Narcissistic Subtypes:

    Rigid Cheney-ism: “The American Way of Life is non-negotiable.” The belief that any undesirable change can be avoided by a sheer act of will.
    Survivalistic features: “Hey, if the rest of the world is doomed, I don’t worry about it, because I’ve got mine.” A belief that personal preparation is adequate.

    Religious Subtypes:

    “Religiosity: “God/The Planet/Mother Nature loves humans. He/She/It would never permit massive die-off.” Or “If that happens, I just put my faith in my Savior.”
    Neoliberal Econo-manic Tendencies: “The market will sort it out.” A belief that market forces control all— including geological realities.
    Nascarian Features: “People love their automobiles. A solution will have to be found to keep us driving.”

    Subtypes with Denial or Minimization as the Central Feature:

    Pure Denial: “That can’t be right. It’s just impossible.”
    Minimalization as a primary defense: “There may be some shortages, but I doubt it will be as bad as you say.”
    Subtypes with Histrionic, Helplessness, Acquiescence or Submissive Features:
    Submissive Features: You’re probably right. [Shrug]” Too hard/scary to think about… A response that acknowledges the reality of the threat, but is emotionally frozen or unwilling to devote emotional time and energy to the matter.
    Histrionic Features: “I just don’t know anything about that. Oh, Golly, I hope you’re wrong. That’s all I can say. Oh Golly, I just can’t think about it.”
    Subtypes with Delusional or Magical Thinking:
    Meglomanic Features:“This simply won’t happen to me.” A belief in one’s specialness, which will save them from the consequences affecting those around them.
    Paternalistic Features: “The government/corporations will sort it out.” A belief in the infallibility of organizational structures to resolve problems they aren’t willing to even acknowledge.
    Doubting Thomas Features: “Peak Oil is a scam by the Oil Companies to raise prices!” Minimizing the possibility of the crisis by the belief that some one or some group has ultimate control over its happening.
    Pure Cornucopian Features: “The more we need, the more they’ll be.” A belief that continued progress and provision of material items for mankind can be met by advances in technology.
    The Flintstonian: “The stone-age didn’t end because they ran out of stones.” A belief that modern innovation is eternal.
    Frank Zappa-ism: “As soon as things get really bad, they’ll come up with something.” A belief that necessity is the mother of invention.
    Magical Thinking: “Don’t worry, we can build a car that can run on air!” Proposes solutions that are clearly outside the realm of physics.
    MacGyver-ism Features – A belief that massive planetary problems can be solved with ordinary/common items found readily at hand. Eg.: “Pig dung will be the next fossil fuel.” Or “Coke Cans can be turned into solar panels.”

  49. Mark Lytle says:

    Personality Subtype Classifications above, courtesy of the ‘Peak Shrink’, as she bills herself..

  50. dan valley says:

    Unhappy Arabs!!!

    The Arabs are not happy!

    They’re not happy in Gaza.

    They’re not happy in Egypt.

    They’re not happy in Libya.

    They’re not happy in Morocco.

    They’re not happy in Iran.

    They’re not happy in Iraq.

    They’re not happy in Yemen.

    They’re not happy in Afghanistan.

    They’re not happy in Pakistan.

    They’re not happy in Syria.

    They’re not happy in Lebanon.

    So, where are they happy?

    They’re happy in England.

    They’re happy in France.

    They’re happy in Italy.

    They’re happy in Germany.

    They’re happy in Sweden.

    They’re happy in the USA.

    They’re happy in Norway.

    They’re happy in every country that is not Muslim.

    And who do they blame?

    Not Islam.

    Not their leadership.

    Not themselves.


  51. 8Ball says:

    Sea level drops… NASA: If you believe anything that an “official” USG agency says then you should move to Fukushima Province and buy some farmland… I hear that it is priced to sell.

  52. Mark Lytle says:

    I admit to one good thing in the last year or two. I know longer worry as much about ‘my country’ or the fate of ‘Mankind’.

    I now realize it is not now, nor never really was, ‘my country’, it was already largely a fraud when I was born. Hard to get real emotional over the death of a fraud.

    Likewise, ‘Mankind’, implies ‘kind’ as in ‘kindred spirits’. This is only true for a few, most people aren’t really my spiritual relatives. I do feel badly for those that are, but many of them are acquiring the same inner peace I’m finding, in feeling the burden of so many fraudulent concerns drop from their shoulders. They will be alright, too… matter what happens..

    I think this is what George Carlin was feeling in his later years, after trying to enlighten people for years, he realized with his normal good humor that there really was little point in it. It wasn’t really going to work..

  53. Mattdog says:

    It’s working, Mark, little by little. 🙂

  54. Bonn says:

    Solyndra, a Fremont-based solar panel manufacturer that flared then sputtered, abruptly ceased operations on Wednesday and immediately laid off all 1,100 of its workers.
    The shutdown marks a high-profile collapse of a company that received more than $1.6 billion in federal and private funding in recent years.
    This was an unexpected outcome and is most unfortunate,” Brian Harrison, Solyndra’s president and chief executive, said.
    The company received $535 million in taxpayer money from the U.S. Department of Energy and $1.1 billion in private venture capital funding.
    Hic 😉

  55. Bonn says:

    US President Barack Obama has said that the killing of Osama bin Laden is the greatest victory yet in the war against terrorism, but vowed not to relent till the time al Qaeda is defeated. “A few months ago, our troops achieved our greatest victory yet in the fight against those who attacked us on 9/11 — delivering justice to Osama bin Laden in one of the greatest intelligence and military operations in American history,” Obama said in his address to the 93rd annual conference of the American Legion in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
    “Having put al Qaeda on the path to defeat, we won’t relent until the job is done. Having started to draw down our forces in Afghanistan, we’ll bring home 33,000 troops by next summer and bring home more troops in the coming years,” he said.
    “As our mission transitions from combat to support, Afghans will take responsibility for their own security, and the longest war in American history will come to a responsible end,” Obama said in his remarks.
    “Through their service, through their sacrifice, through their astonishing record of achievement, our forces have earned their place among the greatest of generations.

  56. Mark Lytle says:


    I still have enough fire to help when needed. I have a romantic attraction to impossible causes. I just don’t ‘stress’ as much now…

  57. johnypage says:

    cool vid 8ball

  58. dan valley says:

    “Our Stolen Future” is an example of Easterbrook’s Law of Doomsaying, announced in 1991, which holds: Predict terrible events 10 years in the future. That is near enough to cause worry, far enough off that when it actually rolls around, everyone will have forgotten what you predicted. Books predicting impending environmental catastrophe have a habit of not being supported by subsequent events. Yet people forget what was predicted. The authors bask in a glow of fashionable negativism even as what they forecast does not happen.

    Paul Ehrlich’s 1968 best-seller “The Population Bomb” predicted hundreds of millions of people would die in a global mass starvation to occur in the 1970s or 1980s — about 10 years later. Today the world’s population is double what it was when the prediction was made, and malnutrition has steadily declined. Despite being spectacularly wrong about population, the author remains a chaired professor of population studies at Stanford.

    A similar example is “The Coming Plague,” a 1995 best-seller also praised from the White House by Gore. This book predicted huge numbers of people, perhaps hundreds of millions, would die of an unstoppable super-disease that would soon sweep the globe. Sixteen years later, disease rates continue their steady decline, while life expectancy continues its steady rise, in nearly every nation. Here are the latest World Health Organization tables.

    Fast-spreading super-diseases are found only on Hollywood celluloid. The real world is full of antibodies that evolve to oppose disease — animal life would not have existed for somewhere around 550 million years if biology was not good at fighting disease. Now antibiotics and vaccines also oppose disease, while improved public health makes the human family more resistant. That’s no guarantee, of course. But natural history does not contain any examples of runaway super-diseases. Despite being wildly wrong, Laurie Garrett, author of “The Coming Plague,” remains a fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. Everyone has forgotten what she predicted — luckily for her.

    These are not isolated examples. None of Gore’s doomsday predictions about global warming have come true, although they might someday — surely he’s hoping!

  59. Mark Lytle says:

    Here we go, have we passed peak human population in space?

    NASA fears leaving space station unmanned

    The possible first-ever evacuation of the International Space Station, if a Russian spacecraft is not launched in November, would risk the loss of the orbiting lab, a NASA official has warned.

    “There is a greater risk of losing the ISS when it’s unmanned than if it were manned,” Michael Suffredini, the ISS program manager for the US space agency, said on a conference call with reporters.

    “The risk increase is not insignificant,” he added.

    Russia on Monday delayed its next manned Soyuz spacecraft mission to the ISS by at least a month after an unmanned cargo vessel using a similar rocket crashed into Siberia instead of reaching orbit on August 24.

    The station crew normally consists of six — currently three Russians, two Americans and one Japanese — working six-month rotations.

  60. swell says:

    If the object of wealth is leisure and the reason for leisure is to be able to master the liberal arts, then it makes sense that the globalists constantly attack freedoms and liberty and impose austerity and psyop hopelessness and sow strife and foment destabilization of cultures, so that the everyman has no time nor energy nor focus nor interest in politics or current events, as he is always at defense and at the level of subsistence existence.

    One then understands their priority to lockdown the Internet using the Orwellian New-speak Cybercrime Treaty as cover for their very own global crime against humanity conspiracy against the current free and open Internet.

  61. 8Ball says:

    Mark L: “NASA fears leaving space station unmanned”

    Shoot, send up Obama, Max and Stacy along with Shrub, Cheney and Greenspan… Problem solvEd.

  62. Mattdog says:

    @Mark L.
    I feel that most of the great ideas for the future of mankind will come from sites such as this and mindsets such as yours and others that can embrace circumstances and throw ideas out into cyberspace to contemplate and build upon. Speaking of plastics… just received Tedlar backing for my soon to be completed Solar panels… Thanks completely to the continual input from enlightened beings to get off my ass and do something positive towards the future.

  63. Zorro / London says:

    @ Dan Valley

    How true!

    Of course you would be happy if you could have the benefits of the west, whilst not conforming to religious strictures , and without fear of medieval sanctions………………………..Z

  64. Alastair Carnegie says:

    Greenspan on Safari in Zimbabwe: “We can always print money to pay debt…”

  65. Alastair Carnegie says:

    @Bonn: The Solyndra collapse was not unexpected! They had a very complex and expensive system (Check out Wikipedia’s entry) Their solar efficiency figures were average to low. Solar Power is one of those industries that is making huge progress year on year, prices come down and performance goes up. Solyndra seem to be a bit like a company making thermionic valve computers at the time when the microchip was entering the market. Bloomberg reports yesterday:-

  66. Evolutis says:

    @Mark Lytle … does this dovetail into your “find?”

    “The common state of affairs is to have overlapping versions of hominids, not one.
    And as you think of the implications of that, here’s a brief history of the universe. The universe was created 13.7 billion years ago, and then you created all the stars, and all the planets, and all the galaxies, and all the Milky Ways. And then you created Earth about 4.5 billion years ago, and then you got life about four billion years ago, and then you got hominids about 0.006 billion years ago, and then you got our version of hominids about 0.0015 billion years ago. Ta-dah! Maybe, the reason for creation of the universe, and all the galaxies, and all the planets, and all the energy, and all the dark energy, and all the rest of stuff is to create what’s in this room. Maybe not. That would be a mildly arrogant viewpoint. So, if that’s not the purpose of the universe, then what’s next? ”

    “I think what we’re going to see is we’re going to see a different species of hominid. I think we’re going to move from a Homo sapiens into a Homo evolutis. And I think this isn’t 1,000 years out. I think most of us are going to glance at it, and our grandchildren are going to begin to live it. And a Homo evolutis brings together these three trends into a hominid that takes direct and deliberate control over the evolution of his species, her species and other species. And that, of course, would be the ultimate reboot.”

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