...oh I am not buying the wholesale talk in that regard...
While I am a tech fan, a science advocate, and promote open free-thinking, I could just straight ask you why living on small hunter-gatherer huts is bad for us?
As I've hinted somewhere earlier on this thread the whole process is a fractal, distant or close, and bigger or smaller accomplishments are a delusion...the pattern is the same and the meta-problems never change whether you are a demi-god, a monkey, or a bacteria.
Actually a fully aware emotionally mature mind gets the gist of the idea that life is just a repeating game quite easy. Whether you gather resources in a drop of water in a tree on a planetary scale or the whole galaxy you are still doing the same thing.
My existential dilemma is that I both want and don't want to go to Mars...
I didn't stop liking the African Savanah or the merits of a simple life as I did not have a complete lack of care for development and technology.
I like Beethoven but I also like the sound of the wind and just staring at green.
I had dropped this venue of talk earlier already but you insisted on bringing it back. I have a case with my question but now I am tackling the normal simple approach since that was the course the thread has taken.