Humanity is a cosmic, social experiment
Question from the Internet:
“Why does the world seem like a giant social test tube? Is it a natural progression or an artificial action?”
The world is and has always been a giant, social test tube, laboratory.
Human history is the chronicle of the different experiments on how human beings tried to build different societies, civilizations where we can have a relatively equal, productive, developing, sustainable human life.
We are social creatures, we cannot live without each other — as our generation learns it most graphically in the global, integrated conditions we evolved into, in a world where physically and virtually we have all been irrevocably connected to each other.
So far we have been failing with our social experiments, as while we tried living together, we also maintained our inherent, instinctive inner program, making calculations for the inherently egocentric, subjective self, while mostly surviving, succeeding at the expense of others.
And this paradox — the necessity to co-exist, while we try to overcome, manipulate, defeat, and exploit each other — has caused the helplessly recurring, vicious historic cycles, and is causing the volatile, near-to-explosion, self-destructive state of our own generation.
Based on the historic experience and the daily proof we receive from our own lives, it is now becoming clear, that we either all cooperate and survive together, or we all self-destruct and disappear into the abyss of evolution like other species that could not figure out how to become mutually integrated., mutually contributing parts of the whole Natural system.
The “survival of the fittest” means the survival of those who seamlessly fit into Nature’s fully integrated and interdependent system, and humanity’s advantage over all other creatures, elements of Nature’s system that we can achieve this integration consciously, by our own efforts, with the right, scientific method designed for this very purpose.