So, I've been reading up on Mckenna, and his timewave bologna (http://www.fourmilab.ch/rpkp/autopsy.html and http://reality.sculptors.com/~salsbu...ngularity.html), and I'm trying to figure out how one could measure the novelty of an event. There wasn't some sort of "noveltyometer" the last time I checked.
But this wasn't the reason I wrote this thread. The reason I bothered to post this is because I'm looking for somebody who can explain, in less than four thousands words, singularity; it is supposed to coincide with Mckenna's "novelty theory." I seem to be interpereting it as either a collective consiousness (resistance is futile) due to the fact that the shroom- head claimed the birth of conciousness as a greatly novel event, or the point in which everything in the universe collapses into a big crunch- thingymabobber. However, I'm not a physicist, nor have I ever eaten magic mushrooms, so I fear that my interperetation of singularity might be wrong.
Any clarification to prevent me from further talking out of my ass would be appreciated.