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Proposed Civilization Scale

By Huang, Cres

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Title: Proposed Civilization Scale  
Author: Huang, Cres
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Language: English
Subject: Non fiction., Science, Technology
Collections: Science, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Astronomy, Technology, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Economy
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Publication Date:
2015
Publisher: Self Published
Member Page: Cres Huang

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Instead of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement based on energy consumption point of view, I believe it is more appropriate on it's capability of commanding the cycle and recycle of energy and matter; or the mastery of fundamental elements. Type 0 Parasitic Type I: Energy Mastery Type II: Energy and Matter Mastery Don't think our progress is due to cheap energy. The truth is, our lack of progress is due to costly harness of energy and matter. It takes collected global effort to achieve higher civilization. Flopping butterfly wings causing a storm is as specious as earthquake by an elephant stumping his feet. One person can not make significant difference unless mass reactions took place.

Summary
I believe a true civilization would coherent with the natural principles of the fundamental elements. 1. Type 0: Parasitic. A civilization lives on a host planet; extracts resources from the host without benefiting to the host. Objective is focused on controlling resources; Progress is commanded by interests; And, effort is enslaved by benefits. It's lack of clear objectives and commitments of achieving higher civilization. It is unable to recover from the altered environment by it's activity. The civilization is trapped in it's mistakes of uncorrected errors. It is struggling to find a way out. 2. Type I: Energy Mastery. A civilization achieved free and clean energy in perfect cycle. Energy is essential to re-engineer the structure of matter. Achieving the completely proficient of energy is the basis of matter mastery. 3. Type II: Energy and Matter Mastery. A civilization achieved the knowledge and technology of mastering the energy and matter in perfect cycle. It is capable of engineering unique structures of matter that can not be done by random or lengthy processes of natural. Resource scarcity is no longer an issue. The civilization is the guardian of it's host planet. I believe Type II civilization can only be peaceful, and more powerful than super heroes we dream for. It is the only civilization able to continue to exist.

Excerpt
I would not be too proud of our achievement. Don't think our progress is due to cheap energy. The truth is, our lack of progress is due to costly harness of energy and matter. It takes collected global effort to achieve higher civilization. Flopping butterfly wings causing a storm is as specious as earthquake by an elephant stumping his feet. One person can not make significant difference unless mass reactions took place.

Table of Contents
1 Introduction 2 Fundamental Principles 3 Kardashev Civilization Scale 3.1 Proposed Scale of Civilization Advancement 4 Outlook of Earthling References

 

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