I hope that playing around with "Roko's Basilisk" keeps the nerds busy so we can maybe stop hearing tech bros talk what they think is philosophy.
Some Good Free Advice:
1: Straight up email people further along the path you're on. The people worth listening to won't care that you're some nobody (and they won't see you that way).
2: Increase your luck surface area. The more you have out there, the more people will find you. You can't predict the hits, but you can systematize your work so your output is consistent and high quality. For example, I have a paper list of chord progressions I use and check off when I start a song.
So I just confirmed that https://jmp.chat lets you effectively get a mostly anonymous number to use to register a #Signal account with. Anonymous Signal FTW! ;-) You can use your anonymously obtained JID to register your Signal account. Now activists and journalists don't have to give out their real number!
Really sounds like the vulnerability for PGP is really more akin to XSS more than anything. So email clients that only understand plaintext should be fine.
Gmail enters the "extend" phase of Embrace, Extend, Extinguish by creating new proprietary features for email then forcing non-gmail users the view the mail through a link with Google Login (and sometimes SMS confirmation!)