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Angels and Demons by Peter Kreeft
“We see that the universe is full of all sorts of species. Every possible rung on the cosmic hierarchy is filled. There are no gaps. Below us there are intelligent animals, like apes, then less intelligent animals, like fish, then barely intelligent animals, like slugs and TV producers, then plants, then minerals.”
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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Heaven, but Never Dr... by Peter Kreeft
“Why Won’t We Be Bored in Heaven? Because we are with God, and God is infinite. We never come to the end of exploring Him. He is new every day. Because we are with God, and God is eternal. Time does not pass (a condition for boredom); it just is. All time is present in eternity, as all the events of the plot are present in an author’s mind. There is no waiting. Because we are with God, and God is love. Even on earth, the only people who are never bored are lovers.”
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Peter Kreeft
“We see that the universe is full of all sorts of species. Every possible rung on the cosmic hierarchy is filled. There are no gaps. Below us there are intelligent animals, like apes, then less intelligent animals, like fish, then barely intelligent animals, like slugs and TV producers, then plants, then minerals.”
Peter Kreeft, Angels and Demons: What Do We Really Know About Them?

Kevin Kelly
“I struck up a conversation with Larry Page, Google’s brilliant cofounder. “Larry, I still don’t get it. There are so many search companies. Web search, for free? Where does that get you?” My unimaginative blindness is solid evidence that predicting is hard, especially about the future, but in my defense this was before Google had ramped up its ad auction scheme to generate real income, long before YouTube or any other major acquisitions. I was not the only avid user of its search site who thought it would not last long. But Page’s reply has always stuck with me: “Oh, we’re really making an AI.”
Kevin Kelly, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future

Kevin Kelly
“Screens provoke action instead of persuasion. Propaganda is less effective in a world of screens, because while misinformation travels as fast as electrons, corrections do too. Wikipedia works so well because it removes an error in a single click, making it easier to eliminate a falsehood than to post a falsehood in the first place.”
Kevin Kelly, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future

Kevin Kelly
“Every 12 months we produce 8 million new songs, 2 million new books, 16,000 new films, 30 billion blog posts, 182 billion tweets, 400,000 new products.”
Kevin Kelly, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future

“He remembered a story he’d once heard about a girl throwing starfish into the ocean. “An old man comes along and says to her, ‘Don’t bother. There’s millions of them out here. You can’t save them. What you’re doing won’t make a difference.’ She looks at the starfish in her hand and says, ‘It makes a difference to this one.’ And she throws it into the ocean. Lily was one of my starfish.”
Bo Burlingham, Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big

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