Would this be possible? And if so, what are the possible benefits of this cultural exchange? I have been thinking about ways to communicate with these isolated civilizations that are completely unaware of technology. There aren’t many of them left, but they are there. When looking at this possibility from the standpoint of social psychology and anthropology, it’s an important question to ask. Here’s an article that got this going in my head this week before finding Othernet unexpectedly:
With artificial intelligence and nuclear fusion on the near horizon, we need to ensure that we are developing the new era in an ethical and humane way that will improve our lives, rather than replacing it with something else entirely.
Using the Othernet to communicate is most likely impossible; language barriers, non-existent tech skills, fear, the innability to comprehend the complexities of these technological innovations and the ways that their holistic ideologies can help to craft the future. We need them now more than ever, no doubt about that. Maybe one day this can be used to teach them what we know? To prepare them to help us make a decision?
You know… theoretically, this could be the same standpoint that extraterrestrial beings have towards us.