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The Goal of Life Chien by Yi Lee Editor, Post-Science Institute, 2013
The goal of life is to determine the value of the DNA. The Three Main Questions: How to measure value? What is DNA? How to create life?
How To Measure Value: Value is the sum total of all the future benefits and losses extending to infinity in time. Value can be quantified in terms of the price or the rate of return on investment. The solution of value is described in the patent: Hugh Ching “Quantitative Supply and Demand Model Based on Infinite Spreadsheet” (Pat. No. 6,078,901). The input to valuation depends on the perception of value, which is part of the design specification in the creation of life.
What Is DNA: DNA is the prime example of the completely automated Universal Permanent Software disclosed in the patent: “Completely Automated and Self-generating Software System” (Pat. No. 5,485,601). One is expressing the value of one’s DNA by the way one lives every day.
How To Create Life: The solution of complete automation is the Self-Manufactured General Purpose Robot, being fully controlled by the completely automated software. Ultimately, the Robot will become the human, and the software, DNA. Identical lives can also be created by cloning.
Conclusion: The goal of life is to determine the value of the DNA. Only by having lived through an entire life can the value of the DNA, which is expressed in the life lived, be measured. The most valuable entities on earth are DNAs. Currently, only plants and animal DNAs have positive value and will be used for cloning. Knowledge progress will be greatly enhanced by the cloning of valuable human DNAs.
How Life Is Lived In Different Times
Pre-Religion: Like an insect.
Religion: Like a monk.
Pre-Science: Like an animal.
Science: Like a machine.
Social Science: Like a human.
Life Science: Like a creator.
Self-creation: Permanently, a likable and worthy human.