extropic


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Adj.1.extropic - of or relating to extropy
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In other words, technology's inevitable forms coalesce around the dozen or so dynamics common to all extropic, or increasingly intelligent systems, including life itself.
I propose that the greater the number of extropic traits we observe in a particular expression of technology, the greater its inevitability and its conviviality.
I imagine an intraspecies nervous system, made of glass and microwaves, spreading to connect to all the minds who wish to be connected to it, extracting from those minds the extropic value of a new-world economy so subtle in its expenditure of the planetary cupboard that we may actually be able to survive here indefinitely and not merely for the five or six generations I grew up thinking were all we could hope to squeeze from the leavings that remained.