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ITT post interesting *pedia pages about anything. I'll start.
>The Third Wave was an experimental social movement created by California high school history teacher Ron Jones to explain how the German population could accept the actions of the Nazi regime during the Second World War


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> Hostile architecture is a controversial urban design trend in which public spaces are constructed or altered to discourage people from using them in a way not intended by the owner.


>skate stoppers
Evil evil evil.


I love to throw this around. A lot of people get lost in the "how to" models and facts of science, and lose their ability to just wonder and think for the sake of thinking.
I don't know why the article was renamed, it used to be just 'Theoria'. Please ignore the Christian (latter) half of the article.


I see this all the time where I live. Its one of the most hostile places towards rough sleepers yet its still shutting down its homeless shelters.


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Freetekno is the name of a cultural movement that is present in Europe, Australia and North America. Freetekno sound systems or tribes form in loose collectives, frequently with anarchist philosophies. These sound systems join together to hold parties wherever a viable space can be found – typical locations include warehouses (also known as squat parties), fields, abandoned buildings or forests. Because freetekno parties are usually held illegally this sometimes leads to clashes with the police, as was the case at both the 2004 and 2005 Czechtek festivals and many other, smaller parties around the world at different times.

>Jenkem is a supposed inhalant and hallucinogen created from fermented human waste.
Didn't know people made drugs with their own soykaf till now. I mean, why don't they just sniff markers like a regular person?


These are fun, typically take the form of Psy-Trance doofs down here in Australia. Typically have a big hippy vibe but also more cyb sorts. Often they'll be very heavily aligned with environmental groups, aboriginal rights, etc. etc.

Also good for scoring really good acid. You only end up paying for your first trip, from then on in it usually ends up being just handed to you the minute you mutter something under your breath about the drugs wearing off.


ive heard of doofs, but never connected the two. i wish my friends were interested in going, or i wasnt completely incapable of going by myself and being a functional human being. in any event where can i find out about doofs?


It's very insular and word of mouth unfortunately, at least here in Australia it is. I don't even hear of any parties going on anymore because I've been out of the loop for a couple of years.


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Edupunk is a do it yourself (DIY) attitude to teaching and learning practices. Tom Kuntz described edupunk as "an approach to teaching that avoids mainstream tools like PowerPoint and Blackboard, and instead aims to bring the rebellious attitude and DIY ethos of ’70s bands like The Clash to the classroom." Many instructional applications can be described as DIY education or edupunk.

IT-backed authoritarianism links state-led mass surveillance with Big Data and a new form of credit scoring to influence the behavior of citizens, companies and other institutions (nudge).[1] It embeds political goals within algorithms. Its aim is to enhance the control capacity and authority of a non-democratic regime In contrast to traditional governance practices in authoritarian countries, IT-backed authoritarianism lowers the necessity to resort to coercion to exert power. The IT-based approach helps to establish a more subtle, automatic and invisible type of state control.


Those actions never happened, so there was nothing to accept or not accept.

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