Ancient Futurist What is the economy? The economy has many different definitions, but it could be essentially defined as the social system concerned with the distribution and acquisition of goods and services. The economy has existed since humans first evolved and it continues to grow today at an increasing, though inconsistent, rate. For most of […]Read more "Creating and Extinction-Proof civilization: The Economy"
Humans need to build a civilization that is technologically advanced enough to stop threats like an asteroid impact, but not so disruptive to its planetary environment that it turns the planetary environment against it. This will involve technological and environmental factors which affect several different systems, several important ones for the survival of civilization are […]Read more "Creating an extinction-proof civilization—The Technosphere"
In the my blog post, I established reasons for why human survival might be important for all life on Earth and not just humanity. Now, I will talk about what it will require to ensure that our civilization does last indefinitely. What will it take? There have essentially been three types of human societies over […]Read more "Creating an extinction-proof civilization-longevity"
How long will civilization last? The most pessimistic observers would say that human civilization will not last until the end of the century. The most optimistic observers predict that human civilization will transform into an even more advanced civilization and eventually spread across the cosmos and embark on a great adventure of post-biological evolution. Which […]Read more "Creating an extinction-proof civilization: Introduction"
If you do not know where you came from, how can you know where you are going? If you start in a direction not knowing where you came from, you might end up just going the way you came. It is for this reason that knowing the past matters. In order to be a futurist, […]Read more "What is ancient futurism?"
This is the excerpt for your very first post.Read more "First blog post"