I find it amusing that most people do not think about the totality of humanity, and have so much aversion toward thinking long-term.
Given that most humans did not live past 35 years of age up until only a few hundred years ago, the short-term orientedness of humans is understandable; if you didn’t procure foods fast, and procreate fast, it would’ve meant the end of your genetic line. The short-term orientedness has been highly conducive to the continuation of humanity.
However, I cannot help but wonder about the long term, until the end of humanity.
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In all likely chance, humanity will end sometime in the future. No matter what you do, no matter how many offsprings you produce, in all likely chance, humanity will still end.
“What would you choose to do when you know that humanity will end no matter what you do?” That is a very important question to me personally, and in Unified Humanity Science that I develop.
“Why and how does the brain of an individual human being choose to do certain things when it knows that the individual human being will surely die sometime in the future? What exactly is the effect of the understanding of inevitable mortality, in the human brain, at the human-brain organic, tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, atomic, and subatomic levels?”
In developing my Unified Humanity Science—that studies everything human down to the human-body organic, tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, atomic, and subatomic levels—I cannot help but ponder about the remaining lifetime of humanity, and how the notion of mortality works in the human brain exactly at the smallest human-brain biophysical level.
Because I develop a science on everything human, and consider the totality of humanity from its beginning to end, I often scientifically and also philosophically consider the end of humanity.
Thinking about the end of humanity makes me much philosophical, as well as scientific.
As a biomatter system, humanity is nothing more than a set of biophysical state evolution. I’ll keep on developing my Unified Humanity Science to develop a scientific and technological method for precisely specifying and depicting the humanity biophysical state evolution.
At philosophical level, at qualitative understanding level, I think of the individual human lives and the entire lifetime of humanity as something valuable, because of its existence, not its end.
I’ve come to conclude that it’s living that matters, not death.
I firmly believe that sometime in the future, hopefully within the next few decades, the human longevity biotech that will enable individual humans to live 150 years or more will be realized.
But even if individual humans live for centuries, or even millenia and beyond, in all likely chance, that won’t change the fact that humanity will end at some point in the future.
I think no matter what, the extinction and mortality of humanity will eventually come.
I think mortality is a gift given to humans by God.
Because your time is limited, you think about what to do with your limited life.
I believe in the human longevity biotech; I think individual humans should live longer until 150 years of age or more, via the advances in biotech; I’ll keep on pursuing advancing the human longevity biotech in the best ways I can.
But I’m grateful for the human mortality; humans do great things because they’re mortal, because they know they will die one day.
I’ll keep working on advancing science, technology, and capitalism, because I know that’s what matters the most in my life, and how I want to live my life. Given all the chocies in life, science, technology, and capitalism are what I choose in my life.
What you truly want in your own life is all that matters; everything else is irrelevant.
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I am Allen Young; I’m an Asian-American man who focuses on advancing AI, robotics, human longevity biotech, and nuclear-fusion powered outer space tech.