Musings on Where Humanity Is Headed
There is probably life somewhere within most solar systems. But not necessarily high consciousness life.
There simply is no plausible scenario that is going to stop us from spreading beyond this planet. There’s a lot of awesome Hollywood stuff about apocalypses… aliens, zombies, viruses, nuclear and so on. And a lot of doomsayer writers make money off of it. But if you look at the hard data, the story is just not plausible. My friend Peter Diamandis wrote a great book about this, called Abundance. It just lays out the hard statistical data and it is incontrovertible.
(This I originally wrote in Kathmandu, Nepal on September 21st, 2016 while attending the International Conference on Quasicrystals. Since that time, Quantum Gravity Research has expanded and our work has evolved and developed. )
Excerpt from my The Code Theoretic Axiom: The Third Ontology paper :
"Like the very beginning of the bacterial doubling algorithm, from this early stage, it appears that consciousness is a trivial inﬂuence existing in the tiniest fraction of the overall energy – merely along for the ride while the ordinary physical forces determine everything. However, if a doubling algorithm gets started by a species that has escaped its biosphere and which has discovered anon-local quantum gravity theory, and technologies derived therefrom, transtemporal forms of consciousness could emerge. In this case, it would not be illogical to entertain the possibility that this supernovae of exponentially exploding consciousness deﬁnes the future of the universe from our vantage point and is the irreducible foundation of the universe when spacetime as a whole is considered. We might even go so far as to conjecture that this might tie into the observed acceleration of the rate of expansion of the universe. That is, exponential algorithms on increasingly connected networks have an exponential growth curve, wherein the rate of exponential growth itself exponentially increases."
Our short movie intended for laymen called 'What Is Reality' has almost reached 400k views since we posted it a few months ago.