Daily Archives: February 27, 2019

MRHAD – Movement for Racial Harmony and Democracy – Official Launch – NYC – March 9, 2019

DOWNLOAD: MRHAD Launch Program 2019

DOWNLOAD: MRHAD Brochure 2019

Guyana: CSJAD New Road Newsletter – February 2019

Download: CSJAD New Road Newsletter – February 2019

Guyana Politics: President tells GECOM to prepare for elections

President tells GECOM to prepare for elections

In his letter to GECOM, the President promised to initiate measures to provide the requested funds and to seek the approval of the National Assembly to ensure that an agreement can be reached, given both the Constitutional requirements and GECOM’s capability.        Continue reading

The Black Community, The Church — And The Truth – By Yvonne Sam

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The truth has always been a loner and also the uninvited guest in any dialogue. However, even in the face of all accompanying negativity and alienation, the need for its appearance exists.

Some representatives of the Black community have always displayed a cultural antagonism towards intelligence. Simply put, the crux of the problem, existing in the Black community among the more dysfunctional of us, is not a lack of intelligence, but our attitude towards knowledge.       

Dating back to slavery we have developed a degree of hostility towards knowledge, and/or any Black mortal, who displays a proclivity to display an exceptional level of intelligence. We equate this with selling out or trying to be White. Speaking in politically-correct terms, we tend to view knowledge, or its pursuit, as part of the white man’s domain.    Continue reading

World’s food supply under ‘severe threat’ from loss of biodiversity

Plants, insects and organisms crucial to food production in steep decline, says UN

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Photo:  Pollinators such as bumblebees, which provide essential services to most of the world’s crops, are under threat, says report. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA

The world’s capacity to produce food is being undermined by humanity’s failure to protect biodiversity, according to the first UN study of the plants, animals and micro-organisms that help to put meals on our plates.

The stark warning was issued by the Food and Agriculture Organisation after scientists found evidence the natural support systems that underpin the human diet are deteriorating around the world as farms, cities and factories gobble up land and pump out chemicals.        Continue reading

Robotics: Artificial Intelligence: it will kill us | Jay Tuck | TEDxHamburgSalon

Robotics: Artificial Intelligence: it will kill us | Jay Tuck | TEDxHamburgSalon

Comments:

  • AI aside, what are these stupid military robots for? It’s not like we are fighting aliens or anything. Are we really so determined to make weapons so powerful and unstoppable just to kill or control other human beings? The fact that we seem so driven to murder each other seems to be the real issue.
  • The next great war will be the ultra wealthy cleansing the earth of working class peasants with the help of machines they have built for that sole purpose …. lol
  • We have humans that think like AI. We call them sociopaths.
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