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Rock Paper Scissors – Corporate Eco Activism

Rock Paper Scissors – Corporate Eco Activism

Plastic is bad for the environment, and so supermarket chains, that are solely responsible for incredible food waste and over packaging decided to introduce ‘bags for life.’ Unfortunately, they were also made from plastic, and they didn’t last a lifetime. So now we’ve gone full circle, back in the day when everything was made from paper, supermarket bags, greaseproof sheets at the butchers, and takeaways wrapped in newspaper instead of polystyrene cartons. Pulp Fiction So, what’s the problem? Well, wood…

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Astral Society

Astral Society

We live outside ourselves, we project our minds and communicate over vast distances. We have entered the Post-Human age, and in time it will lead to our biological demise. After a long period of slow starvation and the deliberate poisoning of the environment, this race will be made an offer they cannot refuse. Willing Slaves Those who accept their fate will be granted immortality, omniscience and omnipresence, much like a god amongst gods. The remainder will slowly devolve into something…

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False mirror

False mirror

When I walk down the street, even here in a small seaside town on a quiet weekday in the middle of a lingering viral panic, the few people I see on my travels are busy staring at their phones. The same thing on the beach on a sunny day, when the tourists pour in and take over the place. I took a train to Tunbridge Wells last week, and everyone was completely lost in their own digital dream. Even me,…

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The Difference Between Games and Sport

The Difference Between Games and Sport

In our modern-day, there’s a big difference between games and sport. First and foremostly, one is played in real life and the other by millions online. One can be a solo or a group activity, but rarely many players at one time, whilst the other could, in theory, include every single person in the world. The Blood of Sport and the Death of Spirit As with many things in life, on first appearances it seems hardly anything more than semantics….

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