Hyun Kim

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Hyun Kim
Posted almost 2 years ago
Has technology accelerated human evolution?
Human evolution has stopped since the moment we used tools(technology) outside of our own physical capabilities to hunt. This isn't a bad thing, it's just that there's only so much that natural selection is able to do in a given timeframe, but if technology can overcome that speed, then natural selection stops. Evolution is defined by changing necessary bodily functions to adapt to the surrounding environments. This is how from single atoms, we have evolved into the complex, multicellular organisms that we are today. The moment that we fashioned rocks into tools of hunting was when humans stopped being influenced by natural selection, stopped evolving, but in turn came up with something even greater, technology. Technology and tools are technically one and the same. An arrowhead is technology, so is pencil and paper. A computer is a much more advanced form of technology, but could not have been conceived without previous advancements in technology, including but not limited to such things as semiconductors, electricity, and even plastic. Humans are not evolving. They have stopped evolving since the first homo sapien used a sharpened rock to do what his own physical body limited him from doing. Technology is continuously improving, and at the same rate the knowledge available to humans is growing. If humans were to evolve, if it got cold in the winter, we'd start growing fur, and lose it in the summer. That's not how humans work, instead, we use technology, such as a wool sweater or jacket to stay warm in the winter, and loose clothes in the summer. That is technology, and that is human progress.
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Hyun Kim
Posted almost 2 years ago
about reality .. whatever is out there for us (humans) is based on vision, touch, smell, hear and taste. Are we SURE, it's like that?
The confines of the 3-dimensional universe that we live in is just the limitations of what our body is limited to, but not our mind. The universe we live in is made to perfectly have the forces of the universe to create the world we live in, the moon, the sun, the stars, etc. anything and everything in the universe. The power of our mind is staggering, but the problem is that the brain is limited to only the confines of what our 3-dimensional body can experience with it's 5 senses. It can take that information, process it, and then make connections, but the only source of energy, of information is from the 3-dimensional universe. If the mind was free of the confines of 3-dimensional bodies, then the mind would be much more powerful.
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Hyun Kim
Posted almost 2 years ago
Life after life? Whats your take?
Physics, the theory of everything, the science and laws of nature, is all what I like to think is evidence for multidimensional framework of what our "consciousness" actually is. My theory is that our mind is a form of energy in upper dimensions, but the energy comes from where our 3-dimensional bodies move, and interact. The "thoughts" that our mind use as defining who we are could very well be something like a nucleus in a cell, that makes chemical reactions to move as is required, but in a multiple dimensional perspective. Let's say an upper-dimensional being needs to move his "arm" within the confines of his dimensions, then the "laws" of motion and physics and "chemistry" within that dimension dictates what our minds(the "nucleus" of his multi-dimensional cells) think. I have just recently thought of this very possibility, and have been unable to stop thinking about how profound this idea could be, and the ramifications of finding out whether or not it's true.
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Hyun Kim
Posted almost 2 years ago
Life after life? Whats your take?
There is no life and death. The confines of the 3-dimensional universe that we live in is just the limitations of what our body is limited to, but not our mind. The universe we live in is made to perfectly have the forces of the universe to create the world we live in, the moon, the sun, the stars, etc. anything and everything in the universe. What happens when our 3-dimensional body stops running is that the 4-dimensional universe that we are unable to perceive with the limitations of our 3-dimensional body moves our consciousness so that it is able to exceed the limitations of our body. The body is just chemicals that decompose and go back to part of being the universe, but the mind leaves the limitations of the 3rd dimension, which allows us to float freely in a much less restricted universe.
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Hyun Kim
Posted almost 2 years ago
What is the key to happiness?
What is the key to being happy? You just be happy, all there is to it. It's up to you whether or not you're happy, you can choose to take stuff badly and be sad, or you can choose to not let it bother you at all and just be happy with everything. The mind is a very powerful thing, and you are the sole controller of it. If you tell it to be happy, then it'll tell you that you're happy.