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Limits of curiosity

Every day we can have breakfast with examples that show that the world is unfair. We can because it is and because it is reflected in the media, even if it is not indicated. We do not do so, because it is difficult to release every day the logics of innocence, guilt, responsibilities, historical materialism… in breakfast, and detect some privilege in the unavoidable day to day. Some privileges are sometimes subtle. And the very means that, making these logics difficult, can easily make us enemies of the weak, have suddenly given us that the world is unfair and an image order that anyone can understand. Five people in the Titan diver, about seven hundred in a fishing boat. And we made teams, who do we need to save?

Titana has a lot of juice. I myself have believed “the ever more infinite curiosity better”, I have praised some crazy simple curiosity… until curiosity becomes mere entertainment. We have also believed that traveling is learned, that traveling is not harmful to anyone. And that journey was a technological demonstration, like rescue -- more civic than war toys -- we think the rescue artifacts that require scientific explanations are more advanced. And if there are so many resources to save some, why let others drown, that's been the question that has ignited us. What has punished us has been “let us drown”.

The point is that the problem is before. I don't know if breakfast curiosity comes before the trip begins. We live in the age of “one does not take away the other.” And it's a lie. One almost always takes off the other. Why one journey begins, why the other. Why neither one should start. Why one provokes the other. Why not start one should not start the other. The same question, "Who do we save it?" is a trap. Because some were safe before, others will never exist. Because some were already biography, other numbers. There was really nothing to compare.

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