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April 7, 2016

Lost Testimony

Filed under: Ecosystem — Tyler @ 1:34 am
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Here’s the hard part about the environment. First of all, there’s no “fixing” of the environment.

There’s either allowing the environment to function in a way that allows it to proceed with its processes.

You can reverse damage done to the environment by cleaning things up.

There’s assisting in nature’s self-regenerative abilities by creating spaces for environmental repair.

And finally there’s coming up with systems and innovations that decrease the level of eco-damage that occurs as a result of modern human activity.

As for the whole, Global Warming dispute and that issue:

It doesn’t matter whether or not there is global warming. We know that there is a lot of waste and trash generated by affluent societies. That alone should want to spark innovation. Now if global warming is being used as a foothold for lots of new taxes etc. Then that should be discussed. But even if there wasn’t global warming going on as a result of human activity and consumption, we already know there are issues such as trash, deforestation, pollution of the ocean and other problems that can be linked human activity.

As for the whole Extra Terrestrial or alien issue:

It doesn’t matter if aliens are real or not. The truth is human beings experience their world through the lens of their own personal and collective societal maturity. This maturity is usually indicated by the collective understanding and acceptance of technology as well as social knowledge. Until we truly master both sides of the brain and finish what’s already on our plates, disclosure will never happen on a scale to please anybody who wants it. Things move from the fringe of society into the forefront based on several factors. One of those factors is of course boredom. When people get bored they are open to new stimulus, new ideas. There is a yearning for something that puts either a different spin on the known, or else access to the unknown.

Why would anyone want to deep dive into UFOs and aliens while there are so many problems that we face right now? That’s the real question in my opinion.

And also, that’s where the tough mirror comes into play. The people that probably have already been in contact with aliens are those who are somehow either related to advanced technology, or else they have access to mathematics or engineering skill. Perhaps they have some kind of other interesting aspect that extra terrestrials might be interested in such as art etc. I don’t know or care. But since time is limitless, and if people tend to share their knowledge, then the best strategy towards disclosure isn’t petitioning the government for info. That’s an absolute waste of time. That’s like panhandling at a bank. They will not give you a cent. You might get a loan, but not a free handout. It just isn’t going to happen.

The best strategy for disclosure is for as many people to learn mathematics, engineering, art, technology, botany, music, and all the subjects and knowledge in between as possible. This will in turn create a larger quantum processing field for our society. Think of it like a computer. A computer has RAM, a CPU and a hard drive and a case, fans the whole deal.

The reason why the computer exists is to do something. The case itself is just a doorstop without the processing power and problem solving locked within.

The computer case is like our planet. Without the people, the trees, the water and all the fun stuff that a living planet has, it would be pretty inert like Mars. Mars is like a computer that won’t turn on. It’s cool to explore, but that’s about it.

Since we have so many people on our planet, we have an opportunity to solve problems and then set those solutions in stone. That’s why we are seeing such reforms of culture happening so quickly. Our civilization can produce enough finished products to satisfy needs across the board, we just haven’t perfected how to balance this with our environment. Also there’s always the question of who flips the burgers and who eats them. Do we create robots to flip the burgers? Would someone want that job? Who gets to say what jobs are necessary are meaningful and which aren’t? At some point the mind keeps going in circles of though experiment until eventually the mind rests upon some kind of taboo. What makes a person a person? Is there life after death? What’s more relevant to an actual person, the body or the soul of that person? My thoughts on this is simple: Stop caring about the taboos because they will always be there and their solutions will become more easily visible if we increase our maturity level as a whole.

By this I mean, let’s focus on some simpler issues and then codify those solutions as quickly as possible. Some ways this is happening is of course the open source movement. People I think are getting as bored as I am lately and they’re just answering questions and solving computer programming problems on a massive collaborative scale. We really need to see this happen in areas outside of computer programming such as physics, botany, optics, and other more mechanical and natural sciences. The problem of why we don’t see more collaboration on these issues even though the open source movement has been extremely successful is because things in the real world are expensive. 3D printers, expensive tools, drills, all these things cost money, time, a safe space. And there are also lucrative benefits to keeping certain technologies secret during their development. This is completely natural and I understand this. I personally would love to strike it rich from developing some technological doo-dad and then patenting it etc. But I think sometimes it is easy to self-defeat one’s creativity by worrying too much about monetization of a project instead of the process for completion of the project.

-Tyler

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