It took ages to revert into a stone again. They came to where they once started. Life within oneself, in one's own imagination and virtual worlds. * The God of one's own Universe. The Lord of the games who lives in the neverending search for emotions and entertainment...
A person who got stuck in space boredom. A person who is no longer mortal as stones are immortal. This person no longer needs the physical body after having made a copy of own personality in the computer in order to become another xoanon. * The cycle closed. What goes around, comes around. You think that person was the only one? Just look at those stones and sand around. This game makes everyone end up being like this. And no one knows how to break out of this vicious circle.
In essence, Drake equation that estimates the number of extraterrestrial civilizations, is a right thing. However, the problem is that any civilization that achieves a certain progress, soon becomes doomed to death.
The transition into digital state of existence. The evolution of a human being into a stone is the latter end of any intelligent life. They simply pass from the material world into some higher digital level, or decode the digital code of the Universe and connect to it in order to dissolve in it. That's why mankind is unable to find any evident signs of other intelligent civilizations.
You are god yourself. In order not to be bored with your early lives experience, you switched off your memory about the past. This way it's more pleasant to joy in novelty of life, considering the fact that you have already seen everything a thousand times.
The Earth has already been inherited by several intelligent civilizations. One of them is trees. In essence, trees are bio-computers which contain millions of virtual worlds. The intelligence of trees went deep inside them- into the virtual worlds. Here, in real world they don't need to move, the system gets energy from the Sun and the Earth. Some day (soon enough) people will also blend with computers and be lost in the virtual universe. Human bodies will die out and only computers will multiply while absorbing sunlight with the leaves.
The expansion of space-time continuum resembles the expansion of a snowflake. Every moment is full of the creation of billions of variants of the Universe. Every moment you simultaneously stay in all variants of events. The variant you believe in most of all, makes your present reality.
But in essence, you can believe in any variant and thus, turn it into reality, it only depends on the force of belief and the ability to concentrate. In fact, something that you expect and consider the inevitable, becomes created in reality. Your brain considers that very reality which you expect to see.
I think that gods died long ago and we're just the becoming wild characters of their games, the children of the billions of virtual worlds that were created to entertain the "Eternally living" who got stuck in the eternal boredom.
P.S. Though, when you come to think of it, gods are not exactly dead but rather got mad with boredom and erased their memories and turned into trees...
There is a couple of perfect utopian communities known to nature. Hives are perfect female communities. Anthills are perfect male communities... And of course no one would deny that extremeties are effective. But is there truth in them? And who in fact, really needs these extremeties and what do they finally result into?
Taking into account that matter is information about the form and structure of energy and the fact that the universe expands …there can be drawn a conclusion that the Universe is an artificial intelligence system that endlessly accumulates information and hence expands…
People who have moved to the virtual world will lose their faith and will turn into trees. Faith used to be their strength of movement but there is no movement in the virtual world. Having lost the habit of moving, people will lose their faith and will no longer be able to move, thus turning into trees.
The buildings have already smoldered to ashes but their bases are impressive. No earthquakes can damage a really good base. By the way, recessed walls are also a good element of earthquake-proof constructions. A common example of how to build something to make it last for centuries and start with the base.