#Thriller fiction

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Origin

Dan Brown

Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand.

Dan Brown

November 24 2019

The Question of

"Where are we going" and "where did we come from"

Men go to far greater lengths to avoid what they fear than to obtain what they desire. - Dan Brown

One book that I hope to watch on the screen is Dan Brown’s Origin; this book contains all elements of my passion: science, architecture, artificial intelligence, and Tesla Model X. Unlike other books that I’m so fond of reading, Origin is a fiction created upon science fantasy and religious conspiracy theories— in this case, Palmarian Church.

Although I’m independent of what Dan Brown is insinuating, I find this book greatly interesting; mainly because Dan Brwon is not afraid of writing about conflicting topics as we can see in other Robert Langdon sequels— Angels & Demon, Da Vinci Code, and Inferno. Other sequels were fairly interesting, but Origin is by far the best. I’m one of the admirers of Antonio Gaudi, and Dan Brown deals with his architecture in the book.

The main idea of the book is based on the possibility that supercomputers can simulate our “origin.” It is hard for us to blindly believe that the superior computing processor will give us the answer to our very existence, but as the AI and supercomputing enhance, we have to ask ourselves what will this progress lead us to.

It is literally a million-dollar question as it requires millions of dollars to answer. I wish I could be part of this remarkable technological enhancement. Yet we are so ignorant humans, steady development of our tool computation can bring us to the next level of intelligence.

If you like Dan Brown’s style that touches the conflict of interest and genre of science fiction, this book is definitely one you are looking for.

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