Nature’s Human experiment is only starting

Question from the Internet:

“Is humanity a failed experiment in futility? Are we doomed? What hope is there?”

No, humanity is not a failed experiment. Actually, the real Human experiment hasn’t even started!

So far our whole history has only been a preparation, to develop a blind, instinctive potentially human animal for the real Human experiment.

Being Human means consciously becoming similar to Nature, consciously, methodically learning how to build a Nature-like, mutually integrated, mutually complementing single Human “superorganism” above and against our inherently selfish, individualistic, egotistic, cancer-like nature.

And it is our own, present generation when this turning point unfolds, when we shift from the previous blind, self-destructive, instinctive development to a conscious, purposefully self-changing, self-developing path existing, behaving, progressing against ourselves.

It is this unique duality, comparative ability between the original “potentially human” state and the acquired “Nature-like, truly Human” state that will make us able to fulfil our Human potential: to become the Natural system’s only conscious, fully integrated and at the same time independent observers and partners.

So this whole process starts now, first of all, by recognizing that our inherent nature is literally going to kill us and that we need to change ourselves if we want to survive, and that survival can only be collective. We need to abandon all our previous and present ideologies and philosophies together with our religions and other methods that cannot help us. Instead of them, we need to study and follow Nature’s mutually integrated blueprint and keep Nature’s strict, unforgiving laws that govern the general homeostasis life depends on.

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Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.