[ExI] DNA India: The transhumanity timeline

BillK pharos at gmail.com
Fri Jun 21 21:30:31 UTC 2013

On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 8:39 PM, Kelly Anderson wrote:
> With humans, we call the densest population centers cities, while less dense
> areas are towns, and finally country and wilderness. Very few humans live in
> Antarctica, for example. But the same pattern holds if you are talking about
> geese or redwood trees or bacteria. No human thinking pattern required.
> I would suggest from this that highly intelligent beings would likely follow
> a similar distribution with many living in densely packed areas, but some
> choosing to venture out and get a little space between them and the
> neighbors. If it is true from bacteria up to humans, why not up further
> still?

Because the Matrix changes everything.

Once we achieve mind-linked posthumans the definition of 'individual'
gets rewritten.

(Your example isn't true for all species. If ants or bees wander off, they die).


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