The Myth of a Superhuman AI
Kevin Kelly

Our body knows things our mind cannot comprehend. Our unconscious lives in our lymbic tissue and more and more we are learning that memories are handed down among families. Intuition, inspiration and grace help us navigate our lives in ways that are not necessarily mental. Ken Wilber and his intergral team went a bit over the edge which makes some of their material a bit polarizing unfortunately. I do like the concept of levels/lines and appreciate your bringing the multiplexity of synchronous processing to the conversation. My main point is that we continue to talk about the tangible and I want to ensure we include room for what is intangible. The juice the DNA swims in has a switching mechanism as to what traits become realized. There is “juice” in our knowing that is beyond thoughts and memes.

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