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Unexpected question from a computer scientist friend:
Can you make ethereal software that re-programs other ethereal software? Can it re-program itself?
First, why does this matter? Well, it would let you take some ethereal software for energy healing, make a meta-software that acts on your healing software, testing it in various ways and noting which situations it works well and which it fails. Feed a bunch of healing softwares into your meta-software, and it can note which healing softwares are better for which situations, and when a healing request comes in, send the request to the best healing software for that problem. And, potentially, it could even re-program all of the healing softwares we have available to take advantage of new techniques we develop. It automates the task of exploring and improving ethereal software, letting us act on many more pieces of ethereal software than we could on our own.
So, can we do that? My answer is a tentative yes: I program ethereal software by sending it messages using standard communication techniques. And ethereal software can send messages using those same communication techniques. So, while I’ve never seen this done, I can’t see a fundamental problem.
But maybe you’ve done more testing here than I have. If you’ve worked with servitors, egregores, or some other system’s equivalent of ethereal software, please, share your results in the comments.If you liked this post, consider visiting my current blog at mikesententia.com.