Author Archives: brodoland

Understand Your vMemes

It’s the key to understanding what we’re all fighting about and why… This is going to be a two-part post for the people who aren’t too familiar with what vMeme’s are and why I keep talking about them. The term … Continue reading

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Can the Orange vMeme momentarily spare us from a Mean Green Hell?

What we have in this year’s US election is a fight between a pretty solid non-apologetic  Orange vMeme Trump, and a “pathological” Mean Green vMeme Clinton. Let’s break it down. A Trump presidency would certainly be a regression for a … Continue reading

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Why I might actually vote this year

As anyone who reads more than a handful of posts on this blog should be able to figure out, I am an Anarchist. I haven’t voted in an election since 2004. In the past I have argued very strongly on … Continue reading

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Alternet free for Kindle until Thursday 7/28

My book Alternet is free for kindle on Amazon for the next 3 days (starting tomorrow 7/26 until Thursday the 28th). If you haven’t got around to adding it to your library now is a good time. Please leave a … Continue reading

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The Link Between IQ and Conciousness

I have an hypothesis that I think makes rational sense but which I believe may be highly controversial to many. But maybe all good hypotheses should be controversial. My hypothesis goes something like this: There is a correlation between IQ and … Continue reading

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Apologies to the Integral Postmetaphysical Spirituality Forum

Recently I signed up an account on the Integral Postmetaphysical Spirituality Forum, which I had previously characterized as a “confirmation bias eco-chamber” with regard to the thread there on Integral Anti-Capitalism, due to the former inability to create an account. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a Truly Integral Economic and Political Framework and Overcoming Bias: a response to Joe Corbett, Edward Berge, Keith McCaughin and others.

After extended hiatus I am returning to the blogosphere to respond to the current developing conversation on integral political and economic theory which I fear may be developing in a dangerous direction (as I predicted in my earlier essays on … Continue reading

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