“Organoid Intelligence” Of Lab Grown Brains Mean One Thing: Hyperintelligent Bioroid Catgirls

     Advances in bio-technology have gone from making lab grown skin and artificial tissue, to functional biological machines and even neurons. While all these things contribute to making cyborg or bioroid possible, growing and utilizing brain cells as functional thinking machines would be the next big step—and that big step is here.

“Artificially grown masses of cells or tissue known as ‘organoids’ could represent the next wave of innovation in modern computing through biocomputation and may also potentially supplement advances in artificial intelligence, according to a Johns Hopkins University team.

“Recent advancements in ‘organoid intelligence,’ as the researchers call it, could take the field of biocomputing well beyond the current limits of computation […]

“Hartung and his team believe that tapping such abilities in brain organoids could represent the next wave of computing through developments in biological, non-human intelligence in the coming years. This, in addition to allowing researchers to glean new insights into the function of the human brain by allowing researchers to experiment in ways prevented by ethical boundaries.


“Hartung and his team envision a variety of potential uses for their lab-grown ‘brain in a dish’ method of generating organoids with brain-like functions. These include supercomputing without the unsustainable energy demands that the current state of the technology requires.


“Rather than seeing organoid intelligence as an alternative to artificial intelligence, Hartung and the Johns Hopkins team believes they may be able to be integrated with artificial intelligence in ways that could potentially hasten the development of both fields and eventually lead to the creation of biocomputers whose processing and storage capabilities, as well as their speed and efficiency, could well outperform today’s best supercomputers.

     Obviously this can mean only one thing: Hyperintellegent cyborg and bioroid catgirls!

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Regenerative Society: Communism By Another Name

     Notice how some people push Communism without calling it Communism? This is particularly true when it takes on an ecological sheen by the “Watermelons” (Green on the outside and Red inside).   When you can’t get the masses to rise up, you gotta resort to scaring them with environmental alarmism and doom.   Such is the case of “regenerative society” that demands a “degrowth economy” followed by a “post-growth economy”:

     Let’s go point by point:

     Yup, it’s the same old Marxist line where the elite Capitalists have everything and make everyone else pay for it. Though notice how growth, which used to be what Communists wanted and believed could only happen equally for everyone under Marxist teachings, become universally bad because is make Gaia cry or something.

     And here we seen how the new eco-friendly Communism is even worse for everybody. They want to take away your stuff and make you eat less (i.e. they want to make you eath the bugs, live in the pod, drink the soy, and own nothing.

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News of the Week (March 26th, 2026)


News of the Week for March 26th, 2023

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Firing Line Friday: Limits of Behavioral Control

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.

     The fungibility of mankind, from the extemes of “nature” vs. “nurture” has been a long debated question, as this exchange between William F. Buckley, Jr. and Nathan H. Azrin with David Premack shows as they debate the limits of behavioral control.

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Quick Takes – Public School Pimps: Gay Sex For 6th Graders; Surveying Middle Schoolers About Their Sexual Experiences; Fit For Students But Not The Adult Public

     Another “quick takes” on items where there is too little to say to make a complete article, but is still important enough to comment on.

     The focus this time: Groomers who groom.

     First, a little mood music:

     Carrying on…

     You’d think that if a school board wanted a child to know some book, that they’d be happy to see that child repeat the knowledge of what he was taught by that book to his school board… yet said school board yelled that it wasn’t publicly acceptable for said school child to repeat in public what he’s been told!

“Middle-school librarians now think homosexual pornography is appropriate reading material for 11-year-old students.

“Eleven-year-old sixth grader Knox Zijac got up at a school board meeting to read a page from the book Nick and Charlie, which is about a homosexual couple having sex. This explicit book was a featured novel on a display stand in his middle school library, according to Knox. The student, so young he still had trouble pronouncing the ‘r’ in ‘library’ and ‘librarian,’ said that his middle school librarian not only helped him check the pornographic book out (Knox wanted to show his father the book) but offered to help him find similar books, including a graphic novel version. ‘Graphic’ is certainly the accurate description of this supposedly sixth-grade-level reading material.”

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Ohio vs. Diversity Statements

     Ohio is joining with many other states in banning colleges and universities from requiring “diversity statements” which preclude actual intellectual diversity. SB 83 says, in part:

“The chancellor of higher education shall not distribute any state funds appropriated for institutional purposes to a private institution of higher education unless the institution submits a statement affirming all of the following:>

(1) The institution is committed to intellectual diversity.

(2) The institution is committed to free speech protection for students, staff, and faculty.

(3) The institution does not require diversity, equity, and inclusion courses or training for students, staff, or faculty.

(4) The institution complies with the syllabus requirements prescribed under section 3345.029 of the Revised Code as if it were a state institution of higher education.

(5) The institution complies with the prohibition of political and ideological litmus tests in hiring or promotion policies in accordance with section 3345.0217 of the Revised Code as if it were a state institution of higher education.”

     They are also requiring that syllabi be posted publicly:

“Each state institution of higher education shall make available on its publicly accessible web site a syllabus for each undergraduate course it offers for college credit. Each syllabus shall be all of the following:

(1) Accessible from the main page of the state institution’s web site by use of not more than three links;

(2) Searchable by keywords and phrases;

(3) Accessible to the public without requiring user registration of any kind.”

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University Of Central Florida: Woke Segregation

     Segregation has become woke, even in Florida. Just how bad has been reveled by Christopher Rufo:

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News of the Week (March 19th, 2023)


News of the Week for March 19th, 2023

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Firing Line Friday: Panama Debates and Crotchety Conservatives

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.

     An article this past week in the National Review Online about old-fogey conservatives and their whipper-snapper counterparts. In it they highlight how the past wasn’t so rosey colored when it came to intra-conservative battles and debates:

“When I watch and read William F. Buckley’s work, I know even better what they mean. While there are material and social benefits to modernity, the intra-conservative debates of yore had a classiness that the modern fights will never sniff the coattails of. An apt example of that brilliance is the Panama Canal debate between WFB and then-former governor of California Ronald Reagan.

“The debate’s participants were a who’s who of gentlemanly conservative intellectualism. Buckley and his team, composed of James Burnham (NR senior editor), George Will (NR’s Washington columnist), and Adm. Elmo Zumwalt (former Chief of Naval Operations), argued in favor of the Senate allowing control of the Panama Canal to Panama.”

     Until next Friday.

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Quick Takes – Killer Canada: Executing Prisoners; Killing Without Parental Consent; Causing Despair To Encourage Suicide

     Another “quick takes” on items where there is too little to say to make a complete article, but is still important enough to comment on.

     The focus this time: Canada is addicted to death.

     First, a little mood music:

     Carrying on…

     Canada and European nations like Belgium pride themselves as having no death penalty.   That doesn’t mean that they don’t execute prisoners.

“The Belgian state has once again authorised the killing of a prisoner, 105 years after its last peacetime execution.

“Geneviève Lhermitte was an infamous murderer. She killed her son and four daughters, aged between three and 14, in Nivelles, Belgium on 28 February 2007. On 28 February 2023, she was euthanised, after she successfully invoked her ‘right to die’.


“This case exposes the logical and ethical problems of euthanasia and assisted suicide in Belgium and elsewhere. And, above all, it undermines one of assisted-suicide campaigners’ central claims – that euthanasia is an act of ‘autonomy and choice’.

“After all, how can a prisoner – or someone in a psychiatric facility – make a free and uncoerced decision to die? A prisoner cannot even have a private consultation with a doctor, as guards must always be present. A prisoner is told when to get up, when to eat, when to go to bed. His or her entire life is coerced.

“Belgium is not the only nation to euthanise prisoners. In Canada, where assisted suicide is also offered as a medical treatment, three prisoners have been euthanised to date. The story of one of them, known only as ‘patient one’, illustrates the key problem with this practice. He informed his parole officer that he wished to receive medical assistance in dying (MAID) and was advised to first apply for compassionate release. This was denied, at which point he submitted a request for MAID, which was accepted. He was shackled and guards were present during the assessment of his request.”

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