Humans, a newcomer to the blue planet, have undergone many resets during their short stay of fewer than 300K years. Just a mere 70K years ago, they were almost wiped out, save a few thousand samples (1). In the last couple of centuries, floods, earthquakes, and typhoons have been able to eliminate millions instantly. Pathogen related diseases have been a constant force in restricting the population from the inception of humans. Not sufficiently impressed by nature’s fury, they often turned on themselves, destroying a sizable share of themselves. And, of course, maniacs, narcissists, and paranoids in power have been responsible for…