The machine planet is for thinkers, the sort of people who find the idea of agonising over whether or not they died appealing because it gives them something really interesting to think about.
The living planet is for feelers, people who don't care about the loss of the self concept if it means they don't feel death, indeed becoming part of collective consciousness would probably feel great, you'd never have to feel lonely ever again.
The etheric planet is for pussies and subjectivists, people who take comfort in their ignorance or take ignorance as an excuse to delude themselves into whatever they want to believe.
Lol I'm not even gonna touch those. Might as well go to the insane asylum and try to argue with the crazy people. That guy's in another universe. Anything I'd say, he would just give me more megaposts with the same ranting lunacies. Feel kinda sorry for him.
"This again leads to the implication that when these formats are mapped onto a verbal plane for communication, the parameters of the cognitive structure of the formats from where it is mapped will by implication restrict the way in which what is to be represented can be represented because it is a representation of what is being thought about what is being talked about rather than what is being talked about."
"Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita, or Humanity has Declined is a post-apocalyptic comedy in which the human race is on the brink of extinction. Taking humanity’s place as the dominant species are tiny creatures known simply as fairies."