I am a bit confused. In MBT, p311 book 2, it states that we are individuated consciousness and cannot stop existing.
However, if an individuated consciousness continues to increase its entropy after many opportunities, will it be exterminated?
If AUM was to increase its overall entropy would
it die along with all of the individuated conciousness that has been created?
My view on this logical assumption is that the IUOC is like a non physical hard drive, and if it gets infected with a certain amount of high entropy. The main system simply deletes the data, as to start over with hopes of better freewill choices that lead to entropy reduction. Nothing dies so to speak, it just becomes aware and starts processing data as it receives it, (starts over with a clean slate). As far as AUM dying (high entropy) that is what it is trying not to do, it is evolving (lowering entropy). If it started to devolve and its entropy raised to a point, i would think it would follow the same path as the IUOC. As to start over and try it again. This theory if it does happen would fit into a efficient evolution machine that never ends. Sabby