posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 11:08 AM
I know that it's popular to assume that because humans are so different than even the closest animal cousin we have on this planet, that it's
required that we either be the product of another planet, or that a supreme being specifically created us separate from the rest of what's walking,
crawling, flying and swimming around us. And frankly, I can see the reason why there needs to be a reasonable explanation for the disparity between us
and the rest of the herd. It's pretty extreme, this difference. I may have a suggestion that requires no aliens or gods of any kind, and while it'll
draw flies on this forum, I'd still like to toss it out here for anyone who's got issues with those other traditional explanations. It has to do
with the human brain, and how it differs from the animal brain.
This entire notion is based on a concept that I call event physics, and what that suggests is that the particle is actually a redundant event
collective that our human minds perceive as solid matter due to the fact that our human brains (which create our human minds) are also redundant event
collectives (although extremely sophisticated matrixed event collectives, of course), and the perception of such in-kind similars is what causes our
minds to see them as being as solid and physically stable as we see ourselves. It's simple, and we note this sort of thing in other arenas like space
flight and artificially created enclosed environments used for industrial production. So, with the particle as an event series and not as solid
matter, the entire paradigm of physical existence immediately opens into new plausible potentials, with new explanations for what we've always
struggled with - things like human thought, and the true nature of the human being.
Now, with the human being recast as a matrixed event collective (along with everything else that exists as "matter") the activity of the human brain
suddenly becomes an event collective within the matrixed collective that already exists as carbon-based corporeal structure. These activity-centric
event collectives are fully associated with the structure-centric event collectives, but are specifically involved in a very different enterprise -
the effort to achieve survival of the Identified whole via representative survival of a logically associated sub-set of that matrixed whole. With the
event itself absolutely not survivable beyond the Unit Rate of Change, before the corporeal brain, the redundant event series (matter) could only look
to in-kind replication and/or species procreation for Identity survival. With the advent of the information storage/configuration capacity of the
brain, the event collective's trajectory could now be driven into the realm of information by way of data unit configurations (events in their own
right) that logically represent the matrixed event collective as eternal existence (which information actually is, since once an event occurs, it is
always a fact that it occurred, and that fact is information).
Of course, this event-centric (dynamic) information isn't the same as fact-centric (residual) information, but that doesn't mean that it's not
information. It's information that is specific to the survival of the matrixed event collective, and is in fact integral as its own layer of that
event collective in that it is fully part of that critical effort. In the animal brain, this can be seen as RESPONSE, since it is instinctive (DNA
driven), and conforms to the evolutionary dictates of the established species event trajectory that Darwin termed Evolution. This RESPONSE is fairly
predictable, as long as the matrixed event collective that configured it (the animal brain) is functioning properly.
What happened with the human brain is that due to the historical factors presented to Homo Sapiens long before their bones started showing up on the
plains of Africa there was an extended period of time when a lack of natural predators and a plentiful supply of food and shelter allowed the frontal
lobe to develop more fully than those other animals that were in a daily battle against natural selection. I suspect that this period of time saw the
Homo Sapien living a semi-aquatic existence, like a seal or otter, (there is some serious research being conducted in this area) and the capacity to
easily escape to either of two very incompatible environments (land and deep waters) along with the obvious range of food choices available, made life
pretty stress-free for our ancestors. In short, their brains had the opportunity to consider issues beyond the threat of extinction, and this is where
the big change happened.
At some point - and we only have overwhelming evidence that it did occur, but not when or how it occurred - the dynamic informational event collective
became sophisticated enough (no doubt due to the increased sophistication of the brain itself, having been freed of the task of simple survival) to
achieve self awareness. Now, information has always managed the simple event collective. In our own bodies, within each cell, we find that the DNA
strand manages the functionality of our entire corporeal event structure, and that we can manipulate that management with gene therapy and stem cell
treatments to cure disease, so the idea that information isn't in charge at the unit level of raw existence is simply not a viable notion.
That said, this event-centric (dynamic) information that the human brain produces, once it becomes sophisticated enough to attain self-realization
(conscious awareness) it immediately begins challenging the corporeal DNA management, but only in the very limited arena of brain-configured data
collectives, since this is the only arena that directly affects the dynamic information configurations themselves. After all, once this dynamic
information has achieved conscious awareness, it's fully human in approach and intent. In fact, once this tipping point is reached, the corporeal
human event matrix - the Homo Sapien itself - becomes the tool of the human dynamic information event collective (I call this Intellect), and the
difference between the animal and the human being is finally complete.
Psychologists suggest that this "hijacking" of the brain's data configuration by the Intellect begins to occur between 3 and 5 yrs after the birth
of a normal child. We call this the development of the Personality, and this Personality will, from then on, do what it can to rule the higher
functions of the corporeal human event collective until that corporeal collective ceases to be viable. The net impact of this shift in survival
information management is reflected in the kinds of choices that many people make that directly conflict with what seems obvious in terms of simple
corporeal survival, but then the Intellect has no overwhelming concern for survival. Remember, information is eternal.
What the Intellect is really focused on is achieving inimitable Identity, since Identity is the requirement of that which exists to be delineated from
all else that exists. Without Identity, the existential something can't be defined, and therefore cannot logically exist at all. The human
Intellect's primary goal is to establish its own unique contextual Identity, and to use the corporeal matrix that generates it to do what it takes to
craft that unique contextual Identity. In most cases, this is done by default (path of least resistance), but there are those Intellect wholes who've
been inspired to achieve Identity alignment with established archetypes, some positive and some not so positive. We see a lot of this struggle to find
an attractive archetype with younger teenage Intellects, but that's generally because it's during this phase of corporeal development that the
DNA-centric information is "distracted" with managing the body's extreme physical changes, and the Intellect's "hijack" of the data
configuration and storage centers usually escalates in response to the relative power vacuum.
So, I realize that this isn't what folks normally attribute the unique nature of humanity to, but if you really take the time to fit it into what you
already know about the kind of regular, mundane reality that sits there next to you every day, I think you'll find a lot to agree with.