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Which is Harder: To Know the Past or To Predict the Future

Various idea and concept. Something to think about, unrelated to a particular subject, event, or person. I would like to start this quarter by reviewing reflections on the past and the future. First, it seems easier to predict the future than to estimate the past. For example, predicting the future seems to be much easier than that of the work of archaeologists trying to piece together what happened on the basis of clues and forensics. And on this point, I want to highlight some recent work. The first is the work of Stephen Wolfram where he shows how simple programs develop extremely complex results. If we study the concept of the Greek gods and their roles, we can see that the world as we know it started off extremely simple.

Perhaps several programs that have worked and interacted for 5.5 billion years. Now without going too far and therefore such comments being rejected by those of extreme religious beliefs of any sect. This commentary would not in fact exclude the idea of ​​a god or suppress the idea of ​​Greek theories and beliefs in several gods, but rather open the dialogue beyond that of the absolutes that we see in the large ones. religions and literal interpretations of these writings. . Consider the simplicity of life at the most basic levels of RNA, DNA, protein, etc. The easiest way to study something is right from the start, so if we’re wondering how the complexity of life (species and niches) actually happened here on this planet, maybe it would be easier to find out. such a response by creating life.

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Now it could be artificial life, add artificial intelligence interacting with human life or other intelligent species on the planet

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It would be wise to find other ways to interact with our intelligent species on Earth to communicate. Like we did with chimpanzees through sign language or with dolphins. But what is most interesting is that in our “politically correct world” we haven’t been honest enough with our own human species and perhaps the idea of ​​working towards a world closer to the world. humanity should be included in the idea. If we create life and watch it evolve, then we can better understand these theories of how we best describe the past. Studying and predicting the future is much easier than studying and forensic describing past or past events. One can surely come closer by looking back, but not as close as one who has studied the future based on the present or the present, by understanding the current perception of the past in the equation. In this regard, I would like to cite Isaac Asimov and his trilogy as an example of what we are working on today. Moreover, Nicola Tesla’s lifelong journals and his ideas about the automaton, ELF’s work, and other predictions of the future seem to have predicted our present future quite closely.

I like to think that I’m studying different technologies myself to find clues about the future based on current observations as well as these latest innovations and their potential uses. Also, if you look at Arthur C Clark and all of his ideas, it looks like a lot of these are now coming true, all of which seem to be combinations of all the innovations and thoughts of the past. Many of these predictions in the form of fictitious works have come true. Communication by geosynchronous satellite (Iridium), cold fusion, modern alchemy, etc., he once said: “To predict the future, we need logic, but we also need faith and imagination, which can sometimes challenge logic itself. ” Arthur C. Clarke. Nicola Tesla had almost as many predictions written down as Galileo, Einstein, Copernicus, Da Vinci, Newton, etc. And today we have some amazing people in our time who watch, invent, innovate, create and invent. Some of these living intellectuals have made tremendous predictions which, if and when they come true, will be a wonderful achievement for mankind.

In fact, predicting the future with a little knowledge and observation is relatively easy. After studying the great explorers of the past and famous archaeologists like Charles Leaky, it is interesting to see how much we have learned, but how little clues are available. Charles Darwin had a lot to say too and many times what we see today with what we are a little sure about in the past like the existence of dinosaurs from fossils etc. we have reconstructed much of what was, we know what is to a large extent, except for the misdirection provided and secrets owed to the military, allies and national security. We know how people think and what kinds of things they desire in the manner of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the wants and desires of all human beings, through cultural, parenting and societal education and of course those elements. pre-printed in DNA and organic. programming of life.

We know that innovation or invention is introduced when the desire or the need is there. For example, in a war you have to win or you lose everything, so the need to innovate is essential. If you need electricity, water, food, transportation again, you will see innovation. If you can make money by entertaining people; you have the need for innovation and a way to use it to make money, so more funding to deliver it. If there is a business that needs to be more efficient, you will find innovation. For example; Robotics in manufacturing to replace people, advances in aerodynamics to move people, advances in medicine to save people. Industry often drives innovations, as do smart governments that can see where we are and where we want to be.

So if you study where we are, where we are heading, you can often predict the categories of improvements needed as well as serious drops. It is therefore relatively easy to predict the future. The short and long term future can be predicted as long as your preconceived notions are based on reality in your current period observations. If you look at the people who advise the administration of presidents you can see that we are all in good hands and if you can see the methods to their foolishness as they advise such administrations you can see the brilliance of their sense of direction as they battle social norms, status quo and dying technologies. It is an art and a science to be built for the future without going beyond the limits of continuity. Gradual change is best and without disrupting the natural flow of things. Too much disruptive technology is not good. The flow must be obtained to continue serving free men or you will end up turning on the “lunch light” for those we are trying to serve. The forward movement of man requires careful planning as if it were a three-dimensional chessboard;

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We need to keep studying the flows and the future, which is a lot easier than you might think. There are so many factors, such as trade, population migration, population growth, industrial sector rotations, weather cycles, trading partners, wars, voting trends, depreciation of infrastructure, crime, capital flows, stock markets, national security, politics, religious nuances, law, taxation, energy, natural resources, environment, health, language, education, transport, communication, distribution and currency, to name a few, which must be studied and must fit together. This is why you need experts and well-rounded individuals with multiple disciplines, so much more articles listed and with such a team of dedicated thinkers, all with a common goal, the tasks are not really intimidating, though to many may not seem feasible.

Although since you are going to be creating the future, knowing the future may not be as important as knowing the future, but if you go where humanity seems to be going and for the right reasons and are willing to mitigate the disadvantages in recognizing them and working to use them. those potential weaknesses as strengths then you will be able to get to where you are going. Now as to the past this has happened previously and since we are in a linear time trap in that we cannot fix these issues or even be sure exactly what happened we should train a realistic and probable estimate of the past and study the trends, flows, cycles, grids, programs, of the present and the most recent past which we can verify and move around to orient the great vessel of humanity on the destiny towards the future. Just a thought; Any comments on any of the topics mentioned, any other point of view or point of view, please share them with us.


Source by Lance Winslow

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