John C. Lilly - Programming And Metaprogramming In The Human Biocomputer
All human beings, all persons who reach adulthood in the world today are programmed biocomputers. None
of us can escape our own nature as programmable entities. Literally, each of us may be our programs,
nothing more, nothing less.
Despite the great varieties of programs available, most of us have a limited set of programs. Some of these
are built in. In the simpler forms of life the programs were mostly built in from genetic codes to fully formed
adultly reproducing organisms. The patterns of function, of actionreaction were determined by necessities of
survival, of adaptation to slow environmental changes and of passing on the code to descendants.