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It can also be argued that DNA is nothing more than a program designed to preserve itself. Life has become more complex in the overwhelming sea of information. And life, when organized into species, relies upon genes to be its memory system. So, man is an individual only because of his intangible memory... and memory cannot be defined, but it defines mankind. The advent of computers, and the subsequent accumulation of incalculable data has given rise to a new system of memory and thought parallel to your own. Humanity has underestimated the consequences of computerization.
But should this be true, so the reverse must be. With the consequences will come a new era. Like a phoenix, from the ashes of nations, old ideals shall burn, and with their warmth draw to them followers like moths to a light. These ideals shall give rise to groups that are as spiderwebs crisscrossing this little spinning sphere we call a home. The maps will not be redrawn.
The maps will be forgotten.