cyber final chapter，final judgment
Hundreds of years later, human consciousness can be digitized and stored by coding (such as "USB flash disk"), the body can be strengthened with drugs, or the limb stem can be replaced by a dummy body, and even the brain can be transformed and strengthened. The body is like a computer, and people can change their body at will. At this time, human beings have basically said goodbye to human death, but people's life has not become better.
Technology makes people happy, but also makes people lost in the illusion. Good bodies are upgraded to legal goods for sale. The nobles and the rich were more and more desirous. They can choose and upgrade their excellent institutions at will, while those who can't can only wait for distribution and forced acceptance. Such a back door is reborn, but it loses the qualification of normal life. The era of using money to decide life is doomed to be an unfair era.
Society is torn apart by technology, with those in power at the top and the poor struggling to pace. When the person in power breaks the contract, justice and fairness no longer exist, which may cause social unrest, such as violent homicide and robbery. People's desire is expanding and they want to control everything.
In the extreme technological environment, human nature is exposed completely. Indulgence and destruction, the prosperity of science and technology has brought great spiritual emptiness. When material and desire are saturated, human beings themselves are becoming more and more impure, losing themselves, who I am. What is the meaning of life?
In the cyberspace after the disappearance of human body, can the final rational technology provide justice? Are life forms of different races equal? Can we eliminate the social class label?
The project attempts to awaken humanity towards peace and equality, and to rethink their rights and meaning, to see pure self. Warn mankind, the vastness of the universe and the smallness of mankind, we need to treat the world with compassion. Human society must one day truly realize freedom, equality and justice.