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Offline ObsideousPrime

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my study of Humanity
« on: May 06, 2019, 06:47:41 AM »
My study and views of Humanity
By Obsideous Prime

These are but my own private thoughts and interpretation. As such valid to me only and at this point in time.
It may indeed conform or contradict the views and opinions of others. This is for you alone to decide.

Humanity would love to, and largely does, believe the species is highly evolved and civilised....

Oh no. The root of humanity is but darkest of chaos. Sparks of light and ingenuity, yes, but greed and other perversedness are strongly prevailant within society.

Nature can be cruel. Yet as great and powerful as mother nature is, slowly and surely, she can't help but be literally sliced apart by humanity, which tends to be of the dangerously stupid type of lifeform.

And yet... we slowly compromise and bridge with others. We have faith, which is actually the biggest lie in the universe.
Religion. For most of us, we wish to believe in a higher entity, a spiritual side, to excuse us off of our many and varied sins. Then to sin even more. But logic and science doesn't provide for evidence to support the belief of existence of a God, or the Buddha, or Allah, or indeed any other mysterious, powerful and sentient diety. And despite this 90-95% of the human population on earth chooses to believe in the delusions.

Nature couldn't match humanity, the cruelties we heap on ourselves as much as upon others. The total stupidity of a lot of our ways. Nature is more sophisticated than us mere mortal humans.

We love misery, and chaos. Humanity loves drama. Maybe as a way of constant reminder that we are indeed conscious and relevant...? Delboy and all spawns antiques programmes, bailiff programmes etc to show human misery to open our eyes to feeling superficially good about ourselves. Reality shit like TOWIE as if we ain't better or worse than the idiots on these shows. X-Factor and the like, has all but wiped out the requirements of hard work and talent for the most part. Over the top and rather pointless soaps the world over to provide mindless escapism.

Humanity lives on a hell of a diet of escapism enough already. And but would humanity civilisation ever embrace reality and logic?! I so doubt it. But it can only be a better thing if more people embraced such a concept.

Humans come together. Communities spring up. Alliances are forged as are enemies. Online and off-line. Views and opinions are continuously sought, are expressed, enforced or suppressed. Wars are fought. Diplomacy and threats are exchanged daily between each other.

People want to know each other, to trust and believe. To love, and care for one another. But massive disappointments are invariably part of interaction and life, none more so due to natural differences and priorities. All parts of society and individuals share, but usually only in forwarding their own agenda. Although in actions and by sharing, do we inspire action and ideas, and get to know others.

The future of humanity can be seen through eyes of the pessimistic or optimistic, to the callous and indifferent to the downright deluded.

Personally, I aspire to a truly evolving and great future ahead for humanity. The coldly clinical and logical side of me, however, would conclude that humanity is ultimately a dead end, doomed species due to its own stupidity and little else...and rightfully so due to this.



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Re: my study of Humanity
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2019, 07:11:22 AM »
Words of wisdom. History repeats itself. Humanity is doomed te repeat the same mistakes just in different ways.

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Re: my study of Humanity
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2019, 05:39:22 PM »
Humanity has done pretty well. A 100,000 years ago we were 1 million strong, struggling to survive. 1000 years ago we were all routinely chopping people up with axes and disembowelling them. 100 years ago we were becoming largely civilised and beginning what is hopefully the last of the big wars. Now we're at a point where, despite what the media perpetrates, we have the lowest deaths from terrorism and war that we've ever had, and more and more populations that were once starving to death can now feed themselves. Birth rates are levelling out, and there is a plateau in sight, and finally the ball is beginning to roll on our latest big problem: climate change. I'm sure America will get involved in that too when the government is sorted out. If we crack that, that'll herald a pretty amazing global sense of responsibility for the world around us, where everyone is conscious of meat consumption, CO2, plastics, etc. and doing their bit, and slowly replanting nature to restore the balance we've broken in our super fast expansion.

The age of humanity has kind of rushed in, and bull in a china shopped it's way through nature, but there's promise. There's a lot to do, but I'm one of those optimists, and I think apart from the ebb and flow of progress and setback, we're on the way to something pretty good.
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Re: my study of Humanity
« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2019, 11:39:04 PM »
I think it depends on the window you examine when it comes to human history.  I agree with Hazard, that if you take the long view, human history is amazing and we've come a long long way.
If you look at a short sample size, I would agree too that at times it seems we've taken a minor step back with short attention span social media changing our behaviors, sometimes in bad ways.
I do believe in Darwinism and evolution, that the self destructive tend to not propagate their seed effectively for a variety of reasons.  And I think we wind up self correcting ourselves over time.
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Re: my study of Humanity
« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2019, 05:56:14 PM »
I just started learning how to play chess.  I like how it teaches you long term thinking and strategy.  You can not be reactionary.  I wish every kid would learn, and it could help fix things.  I wish I learned when I was a little girl.  Then maybe I don't make such a bad decision when I am in my early 20s.

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Re: my study of Humanity
« Reply #5 on: October 19, 2019, 02:38:12 PM »
I just started learning how to play chess.  I like how it teaches you long term thinking and strategy.  You can not be reactionary.  I wish every kid would learn, and it could help fix things.  I wish I learned when I was a little girl.  Then maybe I don't make such a bad decision when I am in my early 20s.

Was that a decision to become a sex worker? Why do you regret it out of interest?

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Re: my study of Humanity
« Reply #6 on: October 19, 2019, 05:50:20 PM »
I just started learning how to play chess.  I like how it teaches you long term thinking and strategy.  You can not be reactionary.  I wish every kid would learn, and it could help fix things.  I wish I learned when I was a little girl.  Then maybe I don't make such a bad decision when I am in my early 20s.

Was that a decision to become a sex worker? Why do you regret it out of interest?

I don't know any escort who was happy with what they did.  There is too much psychological damage.  That is just my experience.  If they say they are happy, they probably just want your money.

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Re: my study of Humanity
« Reply #7 on: October 19, 2019, 06:30:18 PM »
What is the psychological damage? I can guess but ...

Do you think this applies to porn stars? I have chatted to a lot of them and they had very different experiences. I think the top stars have a very good time but the majority of the rest get trapped once they have done porn and do not like their job.
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Re: my study of Humanity
« Reply #8 on: October 22, 2019, 08:36:52 PM »
What is the psychological damage? I can guess but ...

Do you think this applies to porn stars? I have chatted to a lot of them and they had very different experiences. I think the top stars have a very good time but the majority of the rest get trapped once they have done porn and do not like their job.

What is the psychological damage??? Seems rather obvious