Quotes from Books: Solar Lottery

Philip K. Dick: Solar Lottery

Is it a crime to work against corrupt laws?

“But what are you supposed to do in a society that’s corrupt? Are you supposed to obey corrupt laws? Is it a crime to break a law that’s a rotten law, or an oath that’s rotten?”
“It’s a crime,” Cartwright admitted slowly. “But it may be the right thing to do.”
“In a society of criminals,” Shaeffer offered, “the innocent man goes to jail.”

Dissatisfaction creates energy to innovate:

It isn’t a brute instinct that keeps us restless and dissatisfied. I’ll tell you what it is: it’s the highest goal of man—the need to grow and advance … to find new things … to expand. To spread out, reach areas, experiences, comprehend and live in an evolving fashion. To push aside routine and repetition, to break out of mindless monotony and thrust forward. To keep moving on…

Biometry and AI deep fakes:

“What we heard,” Moore said, “was Preston’s actual voice. It was not a vocal medium artificially constructed. No two voices have the same tape-pattern.”

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