Tuesday, May 30, 2006


Many believe that the indefinite survival of humans is a desirable goal. The preservation of certain foundational technologies beyond an "Eschaton" event could reduce the suffering of any survivors and increase the likelihood of their sustained survival. The current paradoxical dispersal and concentration of foundational technology, due to extreme specialization, render it unlikely that a representative group of humans could restart civilization. Advance planning could increase that likelihood.


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