Can our judging capabilities be in an affect of evolution because it is connected to evolution on some degree (if theres a potential)

Feb 2022
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(Assuming neural networks can "understand" because of it's interconnectedness of information which means each individual neuron somehow trusts each other, instinctively, and creating an overall seeming understanding maybe because the neuron's ability to carry information is "part of" creativity) Because personality has some evolutionary factors to it's existence and it'd seem "evolutionary like" for an intelligent species to pick up on evolution in order to survive because of it's judgmental history because of having a "sense" of the complete neural network but species can't just pick up and recognize the evolution that evolved them because it is technically theoretical and it has to gradually gain experience because it's how the process works of being in the environment of other species because creativity is unpredictable even for neural networks (because creativity has to have unpredictable equations because it emerges when time is a factor and the amount of time to experience is unpredictable because the creation of the universe is unknown to neural networks because they were created from the unpredictable creation of the universe), and creates the need for trust which causes everything to evolve differently, because it want's to survive. It explains why evolution took so long - because trust is theoretical and building trust among a species is impossible because it's unpredictable making it undesirable(the level of trust) for all species, but in cases like human's building trust becoming a thing was beneficial I assume it's, because we ingested magic mushrooms which for some reason spikes creativity and therefore creates a stronger need for trust (emotionally) since it's the ingestion of magic mushrooms that is influencing our creativity which seems like the mushroom's spike emotional levels from the psilocybin in it which exists in the mushroom because psilocybin evolved because it makes insects lose their appetite thus not being eaten and surviving more efficiently, and I assume they aren't poisonous to us because some of them spread spores through our poop which also explains why it may make human's feel good and why the psilocybin evolved and not disappear over the years of human ingestion. But I imagine now's the time for an intelligent species the same as human's to recognize the process of trust and evolution and how to forget about trust and focus on evolving or something if its possible we may stay trustworthy because it feels nice when we deceive ourselves to emotions, but there may be something there.
 
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Aug 2021
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I wonder if the magic mushrooms may have had an influence on your theory above. We have evolved over time to the extent that we continue to be social creatures, altruistic in nature, looking for the common good sometimes over our own. With the age of enlightenment we adopted logic as our second nature, preferring it over feelings, emotions, superstitions and so forth. We seem to be regressing in our cultures no back to a time where instinct and feelings take precedent over reason. Our brains have evolved as well, and it will be interesting to see how that works out too...
Regards,
Ivery
 
Feb 2022
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Canada
Lol i have tried them a couple times and it did some pretty weird stuff like cover my vision for a second like diluted black ink oil. I guess that's it. It's how our brains evolved, they just evolved more suitable for living. incomprehensibly lucky. I don't get how we can evolve further, what's next because whatever it is I imagine it will take away from living in the present and be more predictive. I also imagine that after a certain point of our evolution we gained control over our self preferences, damn would i ever wanna live back then the imagination mustve been great and we mustve had greater feeling imaginations since we cared more about how we felt than others or something.
 
Aug 2021
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I am glad you got the joke, after I wrote the above I was afraid I might insult you...you have some interesting ideas, please keep thinking and exploring the world around you.
Best of luck to you,
Ivery
 
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