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ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA
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ArchEvolution in 1 Slide! By Copyright 2009 Andres Agostini (Andy) - Arlington, Virginia, USA

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  • 1. Many people keep on questioning the headlines of the news media. As an underpinning (or medium to further reflection) of Andres Agostini’s (Andy’s) own Sketch— see before—, I will quote hugely beloved Benjamin Franklin (1706-90): “The rapid progress TRUE SCIENCE now makes, occasions my regretting sometimes that I
  • 2. was born too soon. It is impossible to imagine the height to which might be carried, in a thousand years, the power of man over matter (Something that occupies space and can be perceived by one or more senses; a physical body, a physical substance, or the universe as a whole.). We may, perhaps, deprive large masses of their gravity, and give them absolute levity, for the sake of easy transport. Agriculture may diminish its labor and double its produce: all disease may be sure means be prevented or cured (not excepting even that of the old age), and our lives lengthened at pleasure, even beyond the antediluvian standard. Oh that moral
  • 3. science in as fair a way of improvement, that men would cease to be wolves to one another, AND THAT HUMAN BEINGS WOULD AT LENGTH LEARN WHAT THEY NOW IMPROPERLY CALL HUMANITY.” Round brackets and their content by Andy (www.AgostiniWorks.blogspot.com).
  • 4. As I was drawing my own sketch, I came up with some questions that I will therein share. I’ll get to think on them later. Who knows? Ensuing: 1.- Is the ‘Big Crunch’ only applicable to Earth or even to the
  • 5. totality of the ‘known’ (so-called) Universe? 2.- Is the mind primarily a projection of the soul—that is, Is the mind a function of the soul?
  • 6. 3.- Or, Is the soul primarily a projection of the mind—that is, Is the soul a function of the mind? 4.- When computers become transhumans, Will they need, at all, to have a replacement for the old- fashioned soul?
  • 7. Andy (Andres Agostini) at www.AgostiniWorks.blogspot.com

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