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continuing the discussion in the previous post:
This is adding a whole new dimension to the exponential hive mentality I’m witnessing.
you’re witnessing in yourself?[/quote]
What I’m seeing in the world, like the number of people who think everything needs to be the same and equal has just exploded.
Quote me as much as you need, Miss Bio.
Now ants and bees are genetically programmed to being this or that. Would they understand they might do the revolution if we spoke their languages? I doubt it, they probably don’t possess the sense of happiness, not to mention freedom. Then, happiness and freedom are the remits those who intend to control us employ, since this concepts, permanently reinvested in endless interpretations, shine from the background of our necessary decisions and weaken them.
thanks again, fd!
i agree that ants and bees would not act like humans, and are most likely already reaching their full potential. but humans sometimes act like ants and bees.
i remember stopping the pursuit of a job opportunity in a location i very much liked because the owner wanted to be able to simultaneously use several people’s brains in a hivelike manner. if he was actually capable of this, would it always be reversible?
as for concepts such as happiness and freedom, the way that they are defined for us at an early age makes all the difference, though i do think deprogramming is possible.
- This reply was modified 10 years, 3 months ago by bionicanna.