Why is it dangerous that China is leading 5G

Well, China leading 5G is dangerous for the simple reason that Huawei does not implement backdoors in their hardware… Leave aside give access to Anglosphere intelligence agencies which are known as ‘Five Eyes’ – you know, the usual suspects – CIA, NSA, GHCQ etc. Spy back doors? That would be suicide, says Huawei Join My … Read more

Potential reasons for potential Alien civilizations for not contacting us

Why do we assume that Aliens would want to contact us

We always assume that any alien civilization which may have the technology to reach Earth, would waste no time in contacting us. And most of the discourse on this topic follow from that assumption. However, the reality is that it may not be so, and they may not have much interest in making their presence … Read more

Pre-Internet Era was Boring

Child having fun in Pre Internet Era

It was so freaking boring that I can’t even start to describe it. A lot of people talk longingly about how things were better by then, people were more social, society was less busy with blinking electronic screens, how you could go outside and do whatever you wanted and so on, but… When one actually … Read more

Why do people consider Monsanto evil


People consider Monsanto as evil for a very simple reason: If Military-Industry complex, which pushes overseas wars for profit, irreverent of the immense cost of life and suffering abroad and bankruptcy of their own society, is evil, Monsanto is far worse. Monsanto seeks to push a ‘business model’ which involves proliferating GMO seeds which are … Read more

What is Net Neutrality and Why is it important for a Free Internet – Simplified Version

Network Neutrality is vital to Internet

(originally published at Via Populi on February 27, 2015) Net Neutrality aka Network Neutrality, is the principle that bans ISPs from discriminating against any website, persona, traffic or content based on any reason. This means that your ISP, say Comcast, cannot favor Website A over Website B and let you access Website A faster while … Read more

Mike Moritz is objectively wrong by saying that Silicon Valley should emulate Chinese ‘hard work’ ethic


Moreover, he is also statistically wrong, and the obsessive-compulsive workaholic mindset he mistakes for ‘ethics’ is perilous, as the case of Japan demonstrates: Karōshi — Wikipedia ‘Karoshi’: 20% of Japanese employees risk death from overwork, survey shows Join My Mailing List Here: Ozgur Zeren’s Mailing List (you will also get updates when a new posts are out) … Read more