I think that technology is just awesome. I also think that technology is also an incredible waste of time. I think that there are 10 billion things on the internet that I could have done with 10 minutes of my time. I think that they are all so much more important than what we do on the internet.
Technological innovation is a massive waste of time. No, it’s not, but it’s definitely a waste of time. It’s like saying, “We could have done this much earlier, we could have done that much better. We can do it now because of the technology.” What we can do now is way less than what we could do if we had the time and the resources. Technology is a great tool, but it’s not always the best thing for the human race.
But the one thing that technology really does is help us organize our lives. I like to think of it as a “time machine”, a way to keep our history and memories together. When we remember something, we want to be able to tell it to someone else, so we have a way to do it. It’s a time machine.
But what if we don’t want to go back? What if we want to keep on with our lives, without the technology? Then a time machine that can bring about a new version of ourselves might be the best thing we could do for ourselves. We would be able to create a new history and live a new life. We would have the ability to create a new version of ourselves.
Well… that’s a bit over my head. But, I’ve been wondering for a while now whether or not it would be worth it. A bit of a meta-question since I’m a bit unclear on what you mean by “new version of ourselves.
I’m trying to imagine a world where I can do this. Something where I can be myself again and truly be myself.
Well, the answer to that is: the answer to this question is a resounding “yep.” It seems like you could do this in any of a variety of ways. The most obvious one would be to simply change your physical DNA to something else. All of the information about your genetics are stored in your cells. If you do this, you would be able to change your physical DNA to something else.
Change your physical DNA to something else would be very difficult, but it would be possible. You would have to reverse the DNA of your cells and then recombine them with someone else’s. It’s not that difficult and it would be like a very simple version of cloning. If you were to do this, you would probably be able to find another cell that has your original genetic code. However, you would need a person to do it for you.
You’d probably be able to find another cell that has your original genetic code.
I am not sure if this is a good idea. It may be risky, and some people might find it extremely difficult to learn their own biological code. And even if you could, you would still not be able to take over someone else’s body.