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The ubiquity and invisibility of cyborgs is
precisely why these sunshine-belt machines are
so deadly. They are as hard to see politically
as materially. They are about consciousness –
or its simulation.5 They are floating
signIfiers moving in pickup trucks across
Europe, blocked more effectively by the witchweavings
of the displaced and so unnatural
Greenham women, who read the cyborg webs of
power so very well, than by the militant labour
of older masculinist politics, whose natural
constituency needs defence jobs. Ultimately the
‘hardest’ science is about the realm of
greatest boundary confusion, the realm of pure
number, pure spirit, C3I, cryptography, and the
preservation of potent secrets. The new
machines are so clean and light

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