Information technology is caught...
...up with an archeology of life.
Sooner or later it will materialize all processing of information, that can be materialized. But its »virtual reality« remains a simulation, life does not equal some thing. This simulation is a creation, that cannot create itself. It just allows to delete what it simulates. Which is why the halfhearted need to know, if technology may be able to simulate life anyway.
»Nebelmeister«, translatable to »mist master«, was the nickname for racing driver Bernd Rosemeyer, who killed himself in a land speed record attempt in 1938. It is part of the »glas ceiling of totalitarianism« I have registered the word as brand and domain since 2010, to advertise professional boundary experiences. But only, once I reliably can avoid the arrogance, that would rest in such an offer.
I develop and publish subjective theories. Personal findings can be very uplifting, and even have a transformational effect. They are key to self-development. To that end I play with and recombine scientific ideas.
- Subjective findings may represent long known or even new scientific findings. Their scientific value is of no relevance to self-development, it may be a bonus.
- Subjective theories can be provocative for scientists. That is not more than a bonus too.
If I would have to justify my position regarding
science, I would refer to Paul Feyerabend, the
originator of epistemological anarchism.