Man is a living anthill, a symbiotic colony of anaerobic bacteria that have created a living environment that protects them from the poisonous oxygen atmosphere. The subconscious is the Queen of the hive, which controls everything through the nervous and hormonal system, and the consciousness is an additional analytical module-a kind of state Duma.
Lichen is one of the most successful slave owners in the world. He has enslaved a lot of cyanobacteria or algae, and forces them to release energy from the sun while he lies in the sun for thousands of years. Lichens live for thousands of years and do not know grief.
It is not a person who is evolving, but viruses and problems that want to devour him. Fighting viruses, a person learns about them, incorporates their DNA into their DNA, and defeats viruses with their own weapons. Altered human DNA changes human nature. Viruses fall back and come up with a new weapon, attack again. Thus, the more problems a person solves, the more he mutates and evolves.
The reason for evolution is viruses, which, in fact, are elements of inanimate nature. Thus, the factor of inanimate (pseudo-living nature) is the main engine of life. In fact, inanimate nature is evolving in order to destroy the living.
To grow and become stronger, you need enemies. Knowing your enemies, you take their weapons. Your enemies are the source of your power and energy. A person's DNA is 30% made up of the DNA of viruses that wanted to harm them.
From a philosophical point of view, our three-class society can be divided into bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Mushrooms symbolize restraint, prudence and moderation. Viruses and bacteria are motivated by pride and bottomless thirst. Bacteria and viruses restrain each other's greed by mutually destroying it.
No limit to perfection means that information changes and becomes more complex. More and more complex forms of matter organization are being created. Being evolves, competing with each other for the right to devour (improve) non-existence.
There is an empirical assumption that information about cell RNA is located in the body's immune system. In addition, the immune system is responsible for analyzing (loving) viruses and inserting their DNA into the body's DNA. By studying their enemies, the immune system then defeats them with their own weapons.
Once upon a time there was a monkey. Until her brain was infected with a virus called " idea." Ideas are viruses responsible for the emergence of the human mind. Through his ideas, man looks at the world, and being determines his consciousness and life.
The immune system uses external viruses (bacteria) as an external enemy to purify from internal enemies, implementing the principle of "divide and rule". When internal enemies are destroyed by someone else's hands, the immune system enters the battle and suppresses the external threat.
Viruses are useful in the sense that once you get over a virus, you get immunity from it and some other more powerful diseases. Thus, there is no need to be afraid of diseases that do not kill us, because they protect us from other more powerful diseases.