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By: Pawel Kozycz

Masters of Life and Universe

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Open provocative concepts, new challenges and new chances to swiftly exit the stone age of … today’s technology, the economy – by the way, global (cosmic) politics too – mind, and belief; do not take into consideration today’s already-old technologies and thoughts over 100 years old.

Super-fast cloning, self-replicating accelerator technology for urban, cosmological, and medical purposes; as salvage or hecatomb for an entire civilization, earth, and space.

Instant explosion speed of two-way (for macro and micro versions) development of cell, robotic mega towns for shaping our whole life, whole environment, whole planet, and whole universe; in harmony with natural cosmic technology – like a cell or big bang path of development – with needs of citizens, potentially providing support by mobile applications tools.

The book is a vision for a new definition of nature or for redefining of nature.

Really the mass self-replicating production on an unimaginable scale - not line but geometric progress productions (billion times billion more efficient) can give chance to cope or overhaul nature, take over initiative to make things matching or outperform nature structures and by the way... features like exceed limits of speed(of light)

An independent writer from Nicolaus Copernicus land (Poland) but lives in the country of Niels Bohr (Denmark). Education in pedagogic, economics, administration, technology from universities in Poland, and interest largely overlaps, plus great interest in cosmonautics and social affairs. The author of the project, concept Moonnow – concept of instant self-replicating investments on the moon and people-free zones, whose writing continues up to fulfill aims of this project, that is apparently outlined in the book Masters of Life and Universe. And his goal is to get out of the Stone Age – from continuations of manual droning of gadgets, including rockets, to the era of full automation, but with a humanitarian face.

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