In our course on plant intelligence we learn that nature has already had broadband internet for, possibly, billions of years and that plants use it to communicate with their entire ecosystem.
Here’s an interesting history of how humans have advanced our own means of communication and sharing of knowledge. It also highlights the value of internet for learning complex subjects like herbalism.
“Humans, by our very nature, want to solve puzzles and understand anomalies. The internet, more than any medium before it, allows for this natural curiosity to be fulfilled.So has the internet changed us?…”
Some futurists predict we’ll one day be so wired in that we won’t need to move in order “to do” — Just like plants? (my own ponderings)
The video goes on to predict the kinds of changes we can expect from the web.