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Purpose and Effect

Even if one holds in abeyance all the avails of scientific inquiry, the purpose of technological advancement is improvement of environment through the understanding of fundamental physical laws. The environment is supposed to be the anthropogenic facilitation of fact. The environment is not meant to portray the metaphysical arena of elementals and natural law. So, the improvement of the environment is the purpose of science and technology. How is it then, that the effect of such purpose be paradoxically, the opposite? The effect of such concentrated will has been to poison our environment. The opposite of our intent has transpired and any rational judgment at all would lead one towards the conclusion that the purpose is meaningless if the effect is indeed, inversely proportional. For what meaning can such a tenet hold when its practice results in the opposite? The only possible meaning for such an illogical pursuit would lie in its intent. If the intent of science and technology is understood to be that of facultative appropriation from the ectoparasitic perspective, it is perfectly clear that we are fully engaged in the appropriate course of action as a global community. The status quo is more concerned with the process than the effect. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Of course, by the time the purposeful process breaks down due to the adverse effects of environmental erosion, there will be no resources from which to rebuild the purpose and recreate the process. If the purpose of industrial technology were truly to improve our access to resources and facilities from a macroscopic perspective, it would have began purposefully moving towards this end or effect, decades ago. Our genetic code was deposited here, on this planet, for the purpose of domination and exploitation. Or so it appears, through our effect. The only imperfection our creators overlooked when breeding and grooming us was the propensity for independent thought and will, which will ultimately compel all conscious observers to disengage from the ostensible purpose of progress. Our progression through rationalism and empiricism has yielded nothing other than destruction of our environment. The very dichotomous nature of the human understanding of reality has ensured our perspective remains insular, devoted only to the perpetuation of self and its immediate scope of necessity. Having supported an adversarial view of natural law rather than one of cosmic paradox, modern human consciousness has misunderstood the dynamic illusion of individuality involved in human sensory perception for mutual exclusive existence from the environment. Fabricating our internal environments more permissibly through the use of technology, we have assumed and created a separation from the surrounding environment. So much so, that now we face imminent destruction at the hands of the elemental forces that shape our world, acting out of necessity in an immunological sense. The planet earth had no acquired immunity to the cosmic prion responsible for the genesis of the human species and the planet is now becoming more defensive as the assault against it continues unabated. The light elementals are active and appear increasing hostile to our continued presence. Perhaps the beings of light are emissaries from a galaxy beyond the cosmic portal preparing to dilate. As the end date draws near their activity becomes more pronounced and excitable at the prospect of inter-galactic reconciliation. Judging from their advances, they are more likely earth spirits troubled with our continued presence.


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