Robots will soon frost and fill Krispy Kreme's Doughnuts.
“You don’t need to know a thing about quantum entanglement, wherein one atom can affect another even though they are separated by tremendous distance, to have some sense that our lives are always larger than the physical limitations within which they occur. We exist apart from our existences, you might say, are connected to the world and to other people in ways we will never be able to fully articulate or understand—and we assert our iron wills and ravenous hungers at our own peril. There is such a thing as a collective unconscious. There is such a thing as a spirit of place, and it reaches beyond geography. And poetry, which is a kind of quantum entanglement in language, is not simply a way of helping us to recognize the relations we have with people and places, but a means of preserving and protecting those relations.”
“Your work needs to be easily copied, to anywhere whence it might find its way into the right hands.”
— Cory Doctorow, “Think Like a Dandelion” via Austin Kleon
There is probably a better citation from the thought of Teilhard de Chardin,but this will do for now
There is both a natural & supernatural movement of the universe toward some immortal consciousness.— Teilhard de Chardin (@TdeChardin) December 14, 2014