Decoding World History ver 9x
A new version of Decoding World History
The last post was critical of Lovelock. who I admire but whose older views of evolution somehow crippled his thesis.
I am increasingly amazed by my own study of the eonic effect which I thin is a better approach to Gaia, with a catch 22,
the subject is ultra-complex it is almost fathomable.
It is irresponsible for scientists to be so closed around Darwinism and the result is destructive, ideological
and a black mark against science credibility.
Lovelock has a new boo, Novacene, which needs a look….
The issue of AI remains unclear. I think its findings might help us to understand evolution
but the hype over AI taking over is dubious: it is really a scientific will to power.
At least consider what is required: ‘machines’ that can act ovear tens of millennia (more!),
scan planets, seed civilizations, etc…