I am a big fan of science fiction for a number of reasons, but the one that makes the most sense to me is when it comes to technological advancements. I think it’s actually very unlikely that we will be able to create the technologies that we know today. That being said, it is still possible that we will be able to create the technologies that we know today.
I am not sure that Einstein really thought that we will be able to create the technologies that we know today. I believe he meant us, the human race, the species, as the first sentient beings on this planet.
Einstein made the analogy between the human race and the race of bacteria. We are bacteria, which means that we are all potentially capable of being aware of our own consciousness. He did not think that we would be able to create technology that would make us aware of our consciousness. But there are some things we do not know and we cannot know. Einstein had no way of knowing whether we would be able to create the technologies that we know today, the technologies that we will need in the future.
There is no one in our future that can say for sure that we will have the technology to create a consciousness-aware computer. But there are things that we do not know and we cannot know that are a part of our future. He may have been talking about us here.
Einstein was talking about the future of technology, that which will be created by human beings. He wasn’t really talking about the technologies that we will create.
Einstein was a man who knew about the future, but most people don’t know much about him. He was one of the most famous scientists of the 20th century, and also the first to claim that the universe was expanding, not shrinking. He also was a major supporter of the theory of relativity, which is the basis for much of today’s science. It’s interesting to note that Einstein did not believe in the existence of God.
We know that Einstein was a big fan of the occult, and that he was fascinated by numerology, astrology, and the concept of reincarnation. But he also believed in the existence of the divine, and that the universe was all there was. He also wasn’t shy about calling himself a materialist. But he did believe in God. This is what we should all really be worried about.
Here’s a thing that just about every scientist knows: The more you know, the less you understand. So if you still have a problem with the idea that the universe has some form of intelligent design, you should probably keep your science books under the bed. I don’t know how Einstein felt about this, but I think he would have been fine with the idea that there is a transcendent intelligence that created the universe, and that this intelligence is in turn responsible for everything.