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This is my first blog post in a while.

It contains thoughts my brain tirelessly processes each day, like a machine.

“Will the human race ever evolve? Or will we just repeat destruction history in each of our histories?”

I had run into a mental block: Will the human race ever evolve? Or will we just repeat destruction history in each of our histories? Then I came across "Chance and Necessity," a work by Nobel Prize-winning biologist and philosopher Jacques Monod. Before the coronavirus pandemic, I had the belief that humanity would one day evolve, and I some vague hope for the future. But as I watched the state of the world and compared it with history, I realized a problem. I realized that I may be wrong. Each of our histories may just a race of people repeating the same ancient mistakes, and our planet may just be a stage for it. I began thinking on these aspects of the issue. This book gave me a biological perspective this huge obstacle, and it filled in the missing pieces I had detected.

"Messages from structure"

Over the past few years, I found interest in examining reality from the perspective of quantum physics. The author's perspective in this book involves reading messages from the structures of much larger molecules - proteins - excited my curiosity. Building an understanding on structures it certainly makes sense. The major perceptual paradigm shift that I experienced around 2020 arose from the structure of the solar system. Interpreting and understanding the phenomena of the real world from the structure of matter changed my perception, and I experienced a real difference in the way I saw the world afterwards. (I've talked about this in several videos.) So I found the idea of reading messages from the structure of proteins and enzymes convicing and stimulating, the great discoveries humanity has made with minuscule quantum particles and photons notwithstanding. I have never been able to stop thinking about the intentions of the Creator, ever since I was a child. But I felt that even in the world of philosophy, regardless of how many famous philosophers throughout history had searched for answers, no one had discovered the truth, with each only providing one point of view that corresponds with the era in which they lived. I thought that introducing theoretical biology into the discussion had the potential to reveal pieces of the unseeable answer.

"A change in perception"

Next, I would like to talk about the shift in my perception. The book begins with a simple biological classification: natural and artificial. Computer thought experiments together with verification of the structure of proteins and enzymes, people and other living things, are similar machines with programming. This brought be surprises and discoveries, and changed the way I saw the world, and at the same time was very convincing. Because about 10 years after I became interested in astrology, I had begun to feel that the world was programmed, and I began to fantasize that the final result of quantum computers would be the Creator. This Nobel Prize-winning biologist, published in 1972, concluded from a biological point of view that the cell is indeed a machine. For example, the very act of not being able to stop myself from exploring our Creator's intentions must also programmed. Visually, astrological horoscopes look like three-dimensional blueprints.

"The essential process of biological evolution"

Furthermore, the questions listed at the beginning of this blog entry, regarding whether or not humanity will evolve, or if we are just repeating destruction in throughout each branch of our history, this book provides three basic biological processes of evolution (replication, mutation, and selection) as a response. For example, if you keep bacteria in the same petri dish, a certain percentage of them will mutate. In the same way, you can predict that humans may undergo spontaneous mutation. I thought that looking at the issue from the perspective of mutation rather than evolution makes things easier to understand. In other words, people could, potentially, undergo sudden evolution. Heretics, outsiders, and the like may have undergone such evolution. I also feel that suddenly seeing factors from the past, or seeing bits of the future, is more like mutation than evolution.

"A serious, severe illness in the world"

The author points to a serious and severe illness that exists in our world. It is an illness of the soul. Knowledge has developed at an extraordinary rate in the last three centuries, and now we need to rethink concepts about ourselves and our relationship with the universe that had existed for tens of thousands of years. The price we pay for the advancement of knowledge and technology is the wellbeing of our souls. Can we, the human race, overcome this great challenge? In other words, it all comes back to the questions I raised at the beginning: Will the human race ever evolve? Or will we just repeat destruction history in each of our histories?

"The reason this book received such harsh criticism and so much opposition"

In addition, I think the most biggest reason this book has received so much harsh criticism and opposition is the way it discusses religion. The book states that mythical and religious explanation is, on the one hand meant to quell the painful anxieties humans experience, and on the other hand have people accept a code of rules, in a sort of ontogenic story. But these rules do not calm any anxiety; rather, they make it more severe. Regardless, people fear violating the value of the sacred. This stance drew a lot of criticism and opposition. But the book states that science will eventually prove this. Compared to the explanations (mythological, religious explanations) created from the painful anxiety of solitude, the legacies we have inherited from the distant past is our true, genetic knowledge as lifeforms. They lie within the eternal laws of the history of humanity and the history of the universe.

"Future possibilities for human transcendence"

There may come a day when we can use chemistry and biology to explain the unexplained, spiritual things in the world, including invisible energy, spirits, and the gods of the earth. When this day comes, will humanity be able to transcend the self? AI and quantum computers may provide the answer. There is a future where humanity's progress will force us to affirm the sanctity of life. When I think about what the Earth will look like when this shift happens, I am finally able to regain hope.

Will the human race ever evolve? Or will we just repeat destruction history in each of our histories?We are reevaluating the speed of human destruction. I hope that the media will focus on positive and hopeful news instead of fear-mongering.We humans are easily programmable, and this is often a factor in causing psychological illness.



















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Writer / Mami Grace Osada

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