IoT, Contagion for Good

"The contagion of such a unanimous fear was inevitable." The War of the Worlds In H.G. Wells’ tale of mayhem and collective fear, the Martian invaders overwhelmed earth’s human population. There was no means to fight back until the planet’s microbes destroyed the attackers in fortuitous contagion. The classic story ended with the viral mushrooming as savior to the populous. We were the good guys in the story, generally. And the good guys won. There are more good guys than bad in our world, yet we behave as though the predisposition of most neighbors, or most transnational, geographically-distant actors, are bent toward chaos and hurt, or narcissistic control. But this does not represent

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