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What would a highly advanced future civilization be working on?

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lifting trucks like you wouldn't believe

Eh?



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lifting trucks like you wouldn't believe

Eh?

 

this right here lol

 

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lifting trucks like you wouldn't believe

Eh?

 

this right here lol

 

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None of this can beat the Launching of the Teslas.


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Reversing entropy
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Reversing entropy

That is and has always been possible. The key is that it requires you to input energy from some outside source.



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Reversing entropy

That is and has always been possible. The key is that it requires you to input energy from some outside source.

Reversing the net amount of entropy in the universe is what I meant. Would you say that's possible?

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Reversing entropy

That is and has always been possible. The key is that it requires you to input energy from some outside source.

Reversing the net amount of entropy in the universe is what I meant. Would you say that's possible?

 

No. Escaping to another universe or creating our own probably is though.


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I believe we are aiming too high and far to be accurately guessing what a type 3 civ big projects would be. What we think could be done would require thousands ( millions? ) projects before it, each just as important. Think new science, New reality. 



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I expect advanced civilizations to work inward before they work outward. It might become a cultural phenomena for immortals to speed up their perception and literally watch mountains erode and continents drift in real time.


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Current status: slaving away for the math gods of Pythagoras VII.


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You know humanity is going backwards when much of our youth (in our most civilized and advanced countries) indulge in dank memes and fidget spinners.
Completely redpilled.

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You know humanity is going backwards when much of our youth (in our most civilized and advanced countries) indulge in dank memes and fidget spinners.

Fidget spinners are great! At the places where I was working last summer, we stacked eight simultaneously spinning fidget spinners atop each other. And also had a fidget spinner battle.



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i dont understand why star wars should be our reference for the future. i dont think star wars would be our future reality at all.


“Philosophy is a pretty toy if one indulges in it with moderation at the right time of life. But if one pursues it further than one should, it is absolute ruin." - Callicles to Socrates






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