When we all upload to our android bodies, will we still be racists?
Ken D. Orlich

I’ve often pondered this myself. This conclusion seems inevitable, and it both terrifies and intrigues me.

Existence itself seems to be based on duality, and the continuum between the two poles. Dark/light, good/evil, everything striving for equilibrium.

To be human is to sense, and subsequently consider the universe we find ourselves in. One cannot know good, without knowing evil.

In this vision of the singularity, the “ascension” of humanity into this god-like technological consciousness seems to point to some sort of destination beyond this spectrum. Our consciousness would be inert. Would it feel anything at all? Would it have an opinion?

What would it do? What would it’s purpose be?

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