Authors: Luis Sancho
On planet Earth, a first superorganism of 'human cells' with a collective, global mind/culture living on the 'body' of Gaia, the Nature Earth, along its 'water veins' appeared on the Neolithic. Then humans discovered 'memes' of metal, made of more complex energetic and informative atoms (iron, gold) and used them to enhance their body power (iron weapons) and mind languages (digital money), starting the evolution of a new superorganism, the eco(nomic)system, in which they act as 'enzymen', 'catalyzers' of the evolution of metal into complex organic systems called machines. It is the Financial-Media (informative machines)/Military-Industrial (energetic machines) complex, evolved in 3 generational ages: - The age of bodies of metal, steamers and trains or age of England; the age of engines=hears of metal, or age of Germany and the age of heads of metal (mobiles=ears, chips=brains, eyes=cameras) or age of America. It only rest to put those 3 components together, as 'catalyzers' do in physical and biological, 'viral' systems to create a new top predator species, the robot, which increasingly will compete and substitute man in labor and war fields. This paper studies the economic ecosystem with the tools of systems sciences and organicism and the metrics of the 5th dimension, as those machines emerge into a global superorganism ruled by flows of digital data (money, science) that manage its evolution and reproduction... Today the FMMI Complex has become a global super-organism, whose digital brain, the web, and its 3 physiological networks of information (internet), reproduction (world-stock, intranet, company-mothers) and energy/defense (NATO, pentagon, weapons systems), in control of most resources of the planet, have a single aim: to reproduce and evolve those machines, adapting and terraforming the Earth from a world of life into a world of metal. This paper studies the birth and development of that superorganism with to the laws of evolution, emergence and systems sciences.
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