First for those planning to attend there are going to be some pretty strict restrictions in place due to COVID so be prepared for it.
"For those looking for that in-person experience that can afford it, there is a limited 75 person studio audience for the main stage. The location will not be announced until the last minute to avoid people testing the capacity limits at the venue."
The authors of that article speak of the virtual version of Anarchapulco, that is the way of the future and if they got the cost down from the $150 usd I would consider watching some speakers. If I am interested I can just Duck Duck those speakers and find more about them without paying Anarchapulco.
Here is the Wikipedia on Anarchapulco, some of the 2020 speakers were
- Rowan Greene, Food systems worker from Indiana and radical restorative economist.
- Chad and Nadia Elwartowski, individuals credited as the first seasteaders
restorative economist, living at sea, those seem like topics I would do a little reading on.
Anarchapulco in the early days were big bit coin people and caught heat on that as well and we are seeing how that is going. What other topics are they ahead of the curve on?
People like to take a semi diverse conference and pick out the parts they feel are not scientific enough for them and then shit on the whole conference because of that. All they do is make themselves look ignorant and make people like me do some research.
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