RAMAYANA 3000: A Science Fiction Novel That Combines Evolutionary Theory with Hindu Religious Philosophy by SHANKAR S

RAMAYANA 3000: A Science Fiction Novel That Combines Evolutionary Theory with Hindu Religious…

bySHANKAR S

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“How? How did this happen to us? How did humans end up becoming savage barbarians?” I asked.
“We took a wrong turn from an evolutionary perspective,” he replied. “Robots provided us shelter, fed us and clothed us. In the end, they domesticated humans.”
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The Chicken’s Tale
One day, Man came to the forest and set up a large coop with warm nests. The jungle fowl moved into the coop, where it was warm and cozy and food was always available.
They were now completely domesticated and idle. They did not need to gather food, build nests or help raise their chicks. They decided that they ought to create a new society one where they did not need families and where they could mate as they pleased.
However, back in the wild, the roosters that remained exhibited monogamy built nests and helped protect their hens while they hatched their eggs.
As generations passed, the domesticated roosters turned very violent. They had no responsibilities. Free food and shelter made such skills, as those exhibited by the wild roosters, redundant.
They constantly fought with each other for mating rights, as that was the only concern in their lives. Earlier, the roosters rarely fought. Now, they spent their waking hours fighting for sexual dominance.
The food and shelter were not free; the roosters had paid a very high price!
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Title:RAMAYANA 3000: A Science Fiction Novel That Combines Evolutionary Theory with Hindu Religious…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 14, 2017Publisher:Notion PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1946714895

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