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Evolutionary Progress Is Now In The Form Of "technology"...

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Posted by Mark on November 2, 2001 23:06:18 UTC

"So survival of the fittest" reduces to "survival of 'species' with fastest micro-chip"... when refering to the human species.

Afterall, we turn to the micro-chip to ultimately crack military codes and eavesdrop on rogue nations, and to guide "smart-bombs" to their target; as well as connect network of cooperating military factions via sattelite, link ground forces to GPS, etc...

The world is growing increasingly hostile (actualy world always has been hostile, but less capability for mass destruction), and the "cultural species" that are "fit for survival" are the ones that have the prosperous economies and technoloigically advanced weapons. All other nations will be plagued by domestic instability, civil war, political un-rest, and foreign threats (unless aided and protected by 'strong country'). Since nature does not allow us to mutate fast enough to keep pace with technology, then evolution must progress via electronics and science, fuled by economic prosperity; hence "survival of the micro-chip"...

It's a jungle out there!

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