Search engines produce answers based on consensus, i.e. what is the most likely truth given all the data? However, the most important questions have answers that are not based on consensus. Every undiscovered truth is predicated on such questions, but you can’t plug these questions into a search engine. Hence, I define the Anti-Search Engine as a link repository that might lead one to answers that are not consensus-based.
Unlike in search engines such as Google, there are no shortcuts in the Anti-Search Engine. One must dig deep on one’s own time, and through one’s own perseverance shall one find the answer.
- Sam Altman: How to be Successful
- Stanford CS183: Startup
- Paul Graham: Essays
- Patrick Collison
- Founders Fund: What Happened to the Future?
- The Crypto-Anarchist Manifesto
- The Optimistic Thought Experiment
- Michael Nielsen
- Stanford German 270: Sovereignty and the Limits of Globalization and Technology
- Harold Bloom: Western Canon
- 8VC Resources
- Marginal Revolution
- Dan Wang
- The Education of a Libertarian
- Vitalik Buterin
- Great Books Lists
- Balaji Srinivasan: Voice vs. Exit
- You are not a Lottery Ticket
- Jordan Greenhall
- How to Think About Secularism
- A Critical Lexicon of Political Concepts
- The Theologico-Political Problem
- Slate Star Codex
- Our World in Data
- Kevil Simler: Going Critical
- Friesian: The Fallacies of Moralism and Moral Aestheticism
- The Long Now Foundation: What if the Singularity Does NOT Happen?
- Arnold King
- Jeff Lonsdale
- Joe Lonsdale on Dialectics
- The Technium: Protopia
New Atlantis / New Scientific Project
- The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences
- The story of real science
- Nicky Case: Network Science on Crowds
- Laura Deming: Longevity FAQ
- E.W. Dijkstra: On the nature of Computer Science
- Nick Bostrom: Future Progress in AI
Let me know your thoughts, and/or send me link suggestions!