Making Our Machines Better, Does Not Make Us Better

This is obvious, everyone will agree with this instantly. But at the same time, remain convinced in their inner minds – that making their machines better, is making them better also.

We have two minds about this – and usually cannot tell which mind we are using at any one time – because we switch between the two so easily.

And because machines have become part of our lives. We can operate most easily if we function like machines – logically.

I see this clearly, as I live in Costa Rica. These people cannot think like machines, and cannot plan their public projects – a huge handicap they are not aware of.

On the other hand, Americans think like machines too much. And cannot feel, as people.

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