Darwin’s Religion

Darwin’s Religion

The art of communication survival in the information jungle

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Maybe a supernatural being created human, but we created technology. All living beings communicate, but man has transformed communication into an over sophisticated art, in which technology has changed every aspect of our social life forever. We propagate quattuorvigintillion zettabytes of big data all over the world, but having received all information does not equal understanding the message.

Fundamental believes of any kind are causing conflicts and wars, based on monopolistic economics and ancient financial opportunism. The egomania of the social networks has reached the puppets of world leadership playing to the tunes of money. Electronic stock markets replaced our natural pulse with artificial byte-beats.

Imagine a decentralized computer, where anybody can upload information for everybody use, but unchangeably linked to the originator. An eternal memory, programmed to self-execute and distribute all validated information over federated equal nodes.

Information held in a strong, self-protected crypto-secured guarantee, replacing the need for any third-party intermediary and providing absolute trust.

The art of communication survival in the information jungle might be the decisive human capability to survive our future.

“Communicare necessere est.”

More information: https://www.amazon.de/Darwins-Religion-communication-survival-information/dp/1537395378/ref=sr_1_1?s=books-intl-de&ie=UTF8&qid=1488718182&sr=1-1&keywords=Darwin+religion%2C+joachim+beckh

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