In the 19th century, a hideous revolution took place in culture with the aim of redesigning the self-conception of the human species, from that of a cognitive and creative being made by intelligent design, to that of an instinct-driven, ape-like creature.
This group of scientific clergymen based their revolution on the work of Charles Darwin, and used his theory of ‘natural selection’ to create a new religious-like belief system.
This scientific upheaval has been so successful, that while we live in a world of potentially unlimited ‘progress’, our descent into a totally bestial view of man has created both an inability to realise this potential and an existential crisis for the human race.
Out of all the technologies to emerge in the past couple of decades, facial recognition is one of the most controversial issues. Its benefits come at a price — a price that some deem too great.
How will biometric capabilities be implemented in the future? What are the concerns?
Despite the fact that humans as a whole are living longer than ever before, we now suffer certain illnesses to a degree never seen in the past -- affecting most of modern society.
From increases in chronic diseases, to spikes in neurological disorders, humanity has been physiologically, psychologically and spiritually altered in numerous ways over generations.
Could we be witnessing the intentional creation of a human Epsilon class before our eyes?
A controversial new COVID-19 law has been passed in New Zealand that allows police officers to search homes without a warrant.
Despite widespread concern, the government rushed through the powerful legislation as the country drops to Alert Level 2, saying it is a ‘better route’ than existing lockdown measures.
An international report estimates over 18,000 individuals remain displaced and in need of assistance after significant bushfires tore through the east coast of Australia earlier this year.
Meanwhile, the same charities that withheld tens of millions of dollars from vulnerable Australians will come together to advise a new group focused on COVID-19 recovery programs.