Because society has become so science-dependent it seems like humanity is both product and logical opportunity upon which to model every digital system such as through artificial intel or cognitive applications or in autonomous products. Science allows our bodies to be cell-identified and as ethical and legal boundaries adapt, also to be reproducible. We possess heritable code from past generations that through genetic editing technologies like CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced small palindromic repeats) may enable us to understand ways to eradicate bad genes - or bad behaviors. (http://www.genome.gov/27563340) Global data aggregators on the other hand seek to control every bit of personal data that informs the healthcare practitioner. Yet another cultural deviation is inherent in the prophetic movement, familiar and accepted: It demands adherence to only evolution theory while dismissing creationism as irrelevant. Evolution theory conveniently rules out weaker species and conveys survivability to the strongest life forms due to protective yet, adaptable genes. Creation has always informed that every person has equal value. And there is an even larger narrative of paramount concern: global warming - that is so worrisome to scientists that any innovative progress through the science of genetics supporting our “survivability” is worthy. One can believe that governments will soon better understand how to save the planet’s ecosystems but the daily barrage of media attention on the subject remains dire. Where is the alternative? Is it re-engineering genes for climate changes? Is it to head toward Mars as Elon Musk has stated? In all narratives engaging health and science – the context: our uncertain future. Everyone understands that, even if we could change genetic profiles today we may miss the mark when climate changes do not align to today's predictions. It would take several generations to breed in mankind the right genetic balance to survive. For the time being the question involves whether science can produce a disease-free world or re-engineer genetic suits of armor. In either case the race is on to exponentially increase the amount of biological human data for analysis. The virtuous dream inherently contained within evolution theory is ever battling to assure we survive in the present time as a species while also preparing for the uncertain future. The underlying belief across the prophetic backbone insists that new technologies comprise the only road by which we are to seek solutions for a troubled world and that, only sciences that de-code and re-code human anatomy, will give technology businesses the answers about our uncertain future.
RPW@2017, The Prophetic Backbone