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Information hazards akin to [[Memetic hazard|memetic hazards]]
 
Information hazards akin to [[Memetic hazard|memetic hazards]]
 
 
infohazard — A term used to refer to objects that are dangerous to know about. Differs from cognitohazards in that cognitohazards require direct contact whereas infohazards may spread simply through people telling each other about them.
 
 
 
   
 
This page will to begin with use Nick Bostroms work as a boiler plate and will transform into memetic and abstraction theory.
 
This page will to begin with use Nick Bostroms work as a boiler plate and will transform into memetic and abstraction theory.

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