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|Originally posted by dj_alfi |
And how is a bacteria evolving to a more intelligent level? Sure it might get more resilient etc. but is it more intelligent? Let's define intelligence.
"Intelligence has been defined in many different ways, including the abilities, but not limited to, abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, communication, reasoning, learning, having emotional knowledge, retaining, planning, and problem solving."
Following this universal understanding of 'intelligence' (and not a crack-pot definition you just made up because it serves your agenda), bacteria does not qualify as intelligent. I still have to witness a bacteria crying over a loved one.
the universal understanding of intelligence is: -the ability to recognize truth and natural law, as the only form of evolution of the order of life.-
defining intelligence that results in human life being the
most intelligent lifeforms, is a definition that the human ego defined, and not a definiton defined by actual intelligence.
life which respects natural law and objective truth the
best, is the most intelligent life in the universe. life
which respects natural law and objective truth the least, is
the most non-intelligent life in the universe. the order of
life in the universe consists of: truth and natural law as
Repeat after me: humans are not capable of universal understanding, until they understand the meaning of everything in the universe to the most absolute perfection, including: language, philosophy, psychology, the absolute truth, objective reality, natural law, order, chaos, evolution, intelligence and how all these things are related in all of nature and life, starting from the existence of nothing and moving on to energy, particles, arrangement of matter, arrangement of energy, the physical realm, the metaphysical realm; furthermore, how all of the order in the universe is protected with the spirit of truth, the spirit of justice and the spirit of infinity, and you shall call this trinity spirit of all of nature and all of life, God the Trinity.
--because God is Infinitely Simple, God can only appear to the finite mind as infinitely complex.--
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