Organize! … That’s the thing that has a chance of preventing all of this, and of saving the most lives when that fails. — Yonatan Zunger
I’m not sure it is a good idea to reply to this article. I am doing it anyway, because it’s already on record that I read this article. Likely even at what pace I read it.
Thank you for this article, Yonatan Zunger. This is frightening, but in an important way. And organized well enough that the essential ideas stick. Important ideas.
With images of cute animals. Added with reason.
→ What “Things Going Wrong” Can Look Like ←
Reading deeply recommended.
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