Thanks! Yes! That is what we see from Rainbow Serpent as well.
We see the internet as a set of training wheels. Enabling humans to recognize that we both desire, and are capable of, communicating without regard to the apparent barriers imposed by linear time/space.
At the same time, we see the old internet as hopelessly polluted, a Superfund site of modern consciousness. Because it was spawned within the military industrial complex, from within the old mental supremacist paradigm of “man’s dominion over nature.” And those ways of moving, perceiving, feeling and acting are embodied within the technology at every level: from the mining of cobalt by child slaves in Congo to the disposal of the components necessary to its functions in landfills in Africa, and everything in between…
The technology therefore is destined to be thoroughly replaced and reworked. Its progenitors can only imagine a slightly more benign approximation.
More benign for whom? Why, the privileged denizens of “modern civilizations”, of course!
Not for African children. Not for those—human and otherwise—who rely upon the weather downstream from the e-waste landfills. Not for the mostly brown immigrant women washing computer components in silicon sweatshops in California.
Not good enough. The bionet (never heard that term before, like it!), or as we call it, the inner net, is utterly achievable. In fact, it is the logical next step in our evolutionary process.
Viva the biosphere, and the bionet! Viva the divine genius within humanity!