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Mar 22Liked by Packy McCormick, Daniel McCormick

Think Neuralink is spelled as Nueralink a few times at the beginning of the article just as a small note :)

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Mar 22Liked by Packy McCormick

Thanks for that great article! It went well with my morning coffee :)

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So great! Thanks for sharing!

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"Big week for the Pigs"

Proceeds to discuss how their genocide is good. The amount of disconnect from other species who live with us is unreal.

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I personally value a human life more than a pig life. I know that this is not everyone's view.

I was a bit flippant about eating pork sausage this week. But it was meant to show that there is a full spectrum of human uses of pig at, admittedly, varying levels of ethical permissibility.

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Mar 23Liked by Daniel McCormick

As do I. No one is saying that we are equal! As you can tell, there's just a huge difference to raising and killing an entire individual for 10 minutes of taste pleasure and literally saving a Human life. I consider the former side of the spectrum you mentioned unethical because it is unnecessary. Beyond Sausage is excellent! Regardless, you can make the argument that the latter is also unnecessary. In my opinion, a better, more optimistic quest (choose good & hard quests!) would be growing organs without taking anyone's life - see: "Stanford Medicine researchers take early, critical step toward growing organs" Anyways, thank you for your honesty and transparency. I appreciate you.

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What an incredible week 🚀🚀

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For vast majority of the tax payers in Estonia it takes couple of minutes to file their taxes (annual tax declaration). Most of the data is pre-filled by the state tax department and you need only to confirm the pre-filled data. Not sure why it could/should not be similar everywhere. See: https://www.e-resident.gov.ee/blog/posts/estonias-tax-system-most-competitive-in-the-world-3/#

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Wow, that robot backflip is insane. And the brain chip is really encouraging.

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