Have We Evolved Too Far, Given We’re The Biggest Threat To Our Own Existence?

No. The opposite, we have not evolved far enough.

Some 100,000 years in and we humans still deploy a narrow vile-maxim of oligarchically controlled absolutism of freedom, its aging brutality moved slowly from killing each other to benign suffocation of freedom by (lack of) money. The net is evolutionary the same; we live to control others in a desperate attempt to save ourselves. Progress this is not.

May I remind you, as arguably the most intelligent species ever lived, we are on a trajectory to live the shortest. A turtle lives longer, so does a fly. I think we have a lot to prove here.

We must begin to evolve and redirect our intelligence away from ingenious and opaque ways of enslaving each other towards a new and better way of exploring human ingenuity and capacity. To use our intelligence to strengthen the human species for once.

The very reason why I am reinventing the operating-system for humanity with a new theory that determines what can be discovered (Einstein).

The sign of an intelligent nation is its willingness and ability to reinvent itself, upstream. Let’s inspire the world with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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