Cyborg Lobster Watch: A Remote-Controlled Plane as a Tool for Vision

Some questions: Is an extension of man, man? Where does the self end and our tools begin? And when we look-in on the “flights” of another person’s consciousness, extended and carried via a remote-controlled plane, does that become us as well? Or are we “over here” while he and his plane are “over there” in Germany? To whom does this experience of flight belong as it expands our own consciousness in the viewing?

Are we all already cyborg lobsters (conscious beings encased in shells of technology, but with meaty human cores)?

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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1 Response to Cyborg Lobster Watch: A Remote-Controlled Plane as a Tool for Vision

  1. Marlen says:

    “Are we all already cyborg lobsters (conscious beings encased in shells of technology, but with meaty human cores)?”

    Yes, however we forget the fact that the ‘shell’ as human physical body is equally part of what we and everything is made of: Life. So, we’re on a process of birthing ourselves as life after having lived an existence of limitation, only being mind consciousness systems that had no idea about having a pre-laid life experience on Earth. The cycles have stopped, it’s all up to us now. desteni.org

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