The wars never existed and the human race worked as one since day one - what do you think would have happened to us?
If humans were to continuously develop without any hinderance - if we were to achieve the ulimate goal of creation and reproduction without
restriction or any imbalance to stop our production - mastering every technology, doing everything on the nano scale, Mastering mass production on the
nano scale, mastering resource management and working as a whole quickly because of our amazing combined intellect. If we were capable of achieving
everything we can think of. What happens?
I believe if this happened if we reached our ultimate form and achieved our ultimate potential:
Eventually citys would reach such large sizes they would connect
we would build more further upward
We would build further outward from out countries until they connect.
The entire planet would be covered in our structures which would continue to grow out in to space
We would infest other planets and repeat the same system with our advanced technology altering planets to our requirements.
We would use an astrodial bodies resources to stretch across the universe moving astrodial body to astrodial body.
Eventually over billions of years we would have evolved in our own sence - as a new whole.
- try and imagine it - 1 huge life, or one huge shell to the organism - are we the cells that would the next level of life form a shell if you like
made of life - sound familiar?
If other species achieved the same level of achievment, eventually these giant 'shells' would interact, whole areas of the shell would become self
aware, or carry out specific functions - this giant structure would in a sence become alive. What if we master AI and it is the brains of this
structure? It becomes self aware, but does not understand what we are in relation to it, besides a part of itself it has to protect.
What if the parts that make up our body - the atoms are the 'shells' of another life form - we are a reality within a reality. But still in the one
reality - and everything just persepective - we have out limits to what we can see.
edit on 13-4-2011 by byteshertz because: (no reason given)