COVID19 came into the world of radical inequality becoming a major equalizer. COVID19 targets both the rich and poor, good and bad, old and young. Owing to this powerful effect of the fear of the unknown, it is imperative that the world becomes more united and humane. After all, life is all we’ve got. And the fear of losing it knows no race, class or border.
What will the era post Covid-19 look like? And how can you make sure you wake up in the New Brave World fully equipped to survive and prosper?
Often you can see some explanations of Transhumanism that border upon occultism or blind faith. In fact it is simply our search for meaning
Would you live in your youthful body without any major defects or suffering until you are 120 and then say: “Thanks I have had enough. Switch me off”?
Copernicus theory of Heliocentrism was once seen as blasphemy. Are we repeating the mistake of blind ignorance in regards to Simulation Hypothesis?
The Anthropic Principle claims that the universe is fine-tuned for the existence of life. There are, however, many alternative theories. Quantum Mechanics explains the proliferation of life by Natural Selection Hypothesis. Physics gives us "Multiple Universes" Hypothesis. And Religion explains the existence of life by the theory of Genesis Creation.
Religion used sacred value judgments to legitimize its teachings. The same values, however, are seen in ideologies like liberalism, humanism, communism and Transhumanism. Science is here to serve Humanity and not the other way round. This is precisely why we need Transhumanist ideology to have an open discussion around how and for which purpose we are creating scientific discoveries and new technologies.
Imagine we finally get an Elixir of Life! What will we have to sacrifice if we take it? And what issues will Humanity have to solve?
This 21st Century biology will soon give Boomers the last thing most of them anticipated: living with the consequences of their misdeeds and negligence. Thus we will all be suffering and dying in the floods to come, unless we all start living with a sense of ecological responsibility.