The breakthrough technology of future Humanity

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readOct 24, 2021

Question from the Internet:

Does the considerable advancement of technology mean that humans have actually evolved?

The advance in technology is part of our human development. But whatever we have ever invented, built, achieved so far has been part of our inherently selfish, egoistic evolution, fulfilling everything we can within our introverted egos, locked into a totally subjective, egotistic consciousness, perception.

And this limited, artificial human development, evolution, disconnect from, parallel to Nature’s evolution has exhausted itself. There is nothing else we can achieve through our egos, all our social, political, economic systems are defaulting, falling apart while in sciences we also reached a limit we cannot go beyond with our inherent consciousness, perception of reality.

We are at a unique threshold beyond which a completely different evolution awaits. We are obligated by Nature’s evolutionary plan to use our unique human intellect that is capable of critical self-assessment and initiating self-change. With its help, also drawing help on ourselves from Nature’s evolution we can finally start a conscious evolution — above, outside of the sphere of the selfish, subjective, individualistic ego.

We are on our way to becoming Nature’s only conscious, fully integrated at the same time independent observers, witnesses, partners by building an unprecedented, totally selfless, altruistic, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing human superorganism with a collective consciousness, collective intellect.

The breakthrough technology for this developmental path is the technology of mutual connection between human beings, learning and implementing between us how Nature’s elements, the cells of our own biological bodies interconnect in order to give life to that higher, collective consciousness that equals Nature.



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.