The Reason Project
I became interested in the comment of Allan Greene at 202. This comment includes a paragraph that should be of interest to every human being. This paragraph relates closely to the field of religion and the teaching of Jesus Christ in the New Testament at Matthew, Chapter 24. Greene says,
"How far we get in the making of tools enabling us to transcend limits of time and space is, of course, something I think we ought to keep at. There is going to come a time sometime in the far future when the sun burns out, or even before then when that big megavolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park erupts, and if we humans havent by then found a way off our little planet and a way of getting to some other world, our posterity wont be around. So I think its ultimately going to prove objectively and imperiously necessary for us to eventually get off our planet. But, first of all, were going to at least have to eliminate on our planet those idiotic class and caste sorts of divisions that currently retard by the objective integument and barrier of private profit the further advancement of the productive forces of humankind, or, in other words, the extent to which humankinds tool-making capabilities can make for humankind’s further global social progress."
Essentially, Greene says that we must eventually get off of our planet with tools that produce a level of social progress that will get us onto another planet. I told Greene that he and I at least agree on this human problem.
The Reason Project is based on the assumption that man is just another animal and that man’s tool-making performance depends only on the advancement of genes as a result of a struggle among the fittest humans. I reject this assumption and hope to prove that man is not just another animal in my book ‘The First Scientific proof of God’ and in my teachings on this website.
The revision of this blog today (July 30, 2009) is based on past comments and discussions about my previous posting.