Re: Greens

From: J. R. Molloy (
Date: Fri Nov 17 2000 - 14:45:18 MST

Nicq MacDonald wrote,

> Realativism without any principles or working theories IS chaos, and
> precisely why I'm trying to discover how to achieve absolute relativism,
> that I can tune my mind in to the nature of absolute chaos, and discover
> roots of all thought and existence. It's a crazy idea, I know, but I've
> some strange results already, and I hope to continue...

I've heard that between chaos and order, complexity happens. Complex
adaptive systems have evolved and continue to emerge in greater
complexity. That's life (AKA extropy).
As complexity accelerates due to technological positive feedback and
autocatalytic network self-organization, it leads to what I've dubbed
"hyperplexity" -- a consilience of knowledge so immense that no ordinary
human can acquire a comprehensive understanding of the entire system. (It,
nevertheless, helps to discuss it in forums like this.)

Greens remain immured in Newtonian stasis. Reality contains more potential
for extropic evolution than is dreamt of by any ideology, especially one
as timid as that propounded by the Greens.

Stay hungry,

--J. R.
3M TA3

"Truth is a pathless land."
--Jiddu Krishnamurti

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