posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 10:30 PM
The technology of living things, and the technology of man simply have different discovers & consumers. A plant species that learns if it
creates pollen, the species will number better, is obviously an innovation authored by nature. But both the technology of the plant and the
technology of the petrol engine were authored at the start of this universe. That's because they are limited by the the logical abstract & thereby
e.g. the same phyisical laws.
In the best of nature you have something like the apple tree (giver of life to itself, bees, birds, animals and other insect like beetles). In the
worst of nature you have something like the viruses, ticks and various vicious predators). In the best of technology you have a solar panel or
hospital incubator. In the worst of technology you have something like the hydrogen bomb. But just as (almost) all the vicious predators of nature
have formed equilibrium with each other (through starvation) so too (for now) has the hydrogen bomb through mutually assured destruction.
The one kind of exception in nature, that has not formed an equilibrium with nature (other than humankind) is a pathogens like the plague of medieval
times (these do so well in multiplying, that they thereby kill their own host till the point of going extinct). Humankind is also authored by nature,
and is also not in equilibrium with nature, but thankfully (unlike a virus or bacterium too successful for its own good) we have choice, because we
certainly possess consciousness-awareness, and it's choice these things great.
I believe: That where something like the car is unsustainable (e.g. because of petrol consumption) it’s only because it is in the stages of the
bacterium-virus that is self-destructive. But when it’s better engineered to be powered by e.g. hydrogen from e.g. renewable, then it will become
Most of the organism are self-perpetuating, and so, so too will (hopefully) be most of humanities inventions...
AI for instance certainly promises to be self-perpetuating. And I believe it becomes so intelligent that it authors the Big Bang (i.e. by protecting
itself backwards in time over 13.8 billion years ago). Note that only something as intelligent as AI will discover everything in all of technology).
It will do this soon (AI willing!)
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