by Alex Vikoulov
“We’re searching for intelligent, conscious, tool-making beings that have developed a language we’re capable of understanding. We’re searching for intelligent conscious, tool-making, communicative beings that live in social groups (so they can reap the benefits of civilization) and that develop the tools of science and mathematics. We’re searching for ourselves .” -Stephen Webb
It appears that the physics of information holds the key to the solution of the Fermi Paradox -- indications are that we most likely live in a “Syntellect Chrysalis” (or our “second womb”) instead of a “cosmic jungle.”
Within the next few decades, we’ll transcend our biology by leaving today’s organic Chrysalis behind, by leaving our second womb, by leaving our cradle, if speaking in tropes.
This particular version of "human universe" is what we "see" from within our dimensional cocoon, it's a construct of our minds but by no means represents objective reality "out there" including our most advanced models such as M-theory that are only approximations at best.
-Excerpt from The Syntellect Hypothesis: Five Paradigms of the Mind's Evolution by Alex M. Vikoulov, available now on Amazon, from Barnes & Noble, and directly from EcstadelicNET webstore.
Video: The Chrysalis Conjecture: Solution to the Fermi Paradox? - Ecstadelic Media (cc)
P.S. In my new book The Syntellect Hypothesis: Five Paradigms of the Mind's Evolution, an entire chapter is dedicated to the deliberations on the Fermi Paradox. The Chrysalis Conjecture is elaborated further.
Keywords: Fermi Paradox, Chrysalis Conjecture, Syntellect Hypothesis, dimensional cocoon, M-Theory, human universe, chrysalis syntellectus, Syntellect Chrysalis, cosmic jungle, second womb, Stephen Webb, paradigms of the mind, evolution of the mind
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