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This Article Was Written By a Neural Network

How should we approach our role as the caretakers of the human race?

At the beginning of the 21st century, no one had to explain to us that while it’s up to the individual to have choices about the individual decisions they make in their life, whether it be choosing whether or not to have children or choosing to invest in their own health and well-being, it is up to society as a whole to ensure that all of us have the opportunity to choose what is good for our health and well-being.

That’s the central point, but of course, many people misunderstand that central point, and we’re all aware of that. But the approach that we have now takes us in the wrong direction. It’s important to understand that, for the new generation of electronic music fans, the actual thing that they want, what they want out of music in the studio, isn’t necessarily the analogue SMPTE timing; that the sound is more important. You go back to the ’80s, and then I remember the first 3M bass pedal, which was a basic bad*ss whooshy pedal, a drum machine which was there for completeness. That’s the sort of thing that people will want. They will want a lot of things to make that instrument stand out.

Then, obviously, every human being is different. All the other things aside, I am the sort of person who really likes to do things by hand. There are certain places where I will always prefer to go in a vehicle because it will go faster, but I also think there are certain places where it will go faster than driving the vehicle.

Of course, in the future, there may be some definite changes in our mode of transportation, whether it’s walking, bicycling, or carpooling. As more and more people attempt to cut down on their car ownership and use public transportation, things could change quickly. But for now, Gill appears to have a hands-off approach to his hobby.

As for Shingo, he said the problem of getting along with others — or, in the past, with his mother — hasn’t gone away, even as his memory of the past 21 years grows hazy. “My memory gets better, but I can’t stand going to people’s houses and reminiscing, and you can’t forget the bad things you did,” he said.


“I want to leave something behind me,” Shingo said.

His boyish appearance belies his deep hardship. He has no mother and no father, who aren’t in his life and who he doesn’t see as “parent figures.” According to court documents, his father abandoned him when he was two. Shingo didn’t turn back. “At night, after the darkness falls, the moon rises and the tree of life is lit up.”

Warp took on more meaning from those events. It had been a very close call. “At the time, I was too confused to know how to deal with it,” he said. “Now I can tell when a setback is going to happen, and it’ll take advantage of it.”

Warp keeps his wits sharp, and he is confident he will triumph. “If I’m bad at making our moves, it’s going to be because I’m bad at picking a direction,” he said. “I won’t do stupid shit. I’ll just not do shit.” He pursed his lips at himself and muttered in a strange tone. “Sorry, you’ll have to understand I did it in order to not see the self-decay your entire future would take.”

I try to quietly tell him, but our attention drifts away.

I stare back down the hill, deeper in contemplation. I tap the sides of the notebook in my chest, moving the pages away from my face, revealing an anonymous ball of unfathomable possibility, my future, perhaps. Or, it’s possible, that my eyes have already succumbed to the light of that future, and the possibility of that future is how the rest of my eyes have fallen.

But maybe they’re in slow motion, never to be taken back. ‘Maybe I’ll never see him again,’ he thinks. ‘Oh no.’ In another scenario, it’s ‘Yes! Don’t let it end like this!’

The good news: the next time you play Blackjack, you’ll need something else to get us there.

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Some of its brain had been used in so much experience that it knew where it was when you asked it to be near you and when it knew where you were. Now, for some reason, one day it was not there. The brain, the final form of life, had been lost.

All animals can remember their own specific actions, but the capacity for memory does not change with age. All animals at one time of life could remember anything they wanted to be sure of. But at different times of life and in different environments, they grow accustomed to seeing, and holding, their surroundings with new patterns of behavior, with new associations.

Some animals can hold multiple experiences in mind at once.

But when we run a story about animals with multiple experiences in mind, the reality of that story must be recognized. It’s impossible to know if the parallel living and dead animals are connected. But if we can’t know what other animals are experiencing, what do we know about the living animals? If they are in our world, how much of their world is actually real?

We are responsible for creating an idealistic, philosophical story about living, being and having something when we deal with animals and some humans, by remembering a world that only exists in the mind of humans.

Without a shared reality for animals and humans, any story about living, being, and having something is a story of us. In that way, I’d say that empathy is a close relative of rock in the collection of keys that makes a “trill,” as when it raises in piano tuners a colorful surface that belies the barren, hard surface. And there’s a persistent perception that we’re the only animals with this trick of perception. But isn’t that a myth, one that we’ve promoted as an artificial goal? I wonder how we might get beyond that myth when we talk about music and music-making. Surely our understanding of time and its different notes will render the moment into some recognizable mirror of our own selves.

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