I'm trying to contrast three types of mortality: "mortal", things which are living and temporary (humans); "immortal", things which maintain their existence through infinite lives (ideas); and "amortal", things which are not dependent on life to exist (machines).
'Amortal' is not technically a word; I was inspired by the use of 'astable' in an engineering context (https://english.stackexchange.com/a/134912/77833). Still, I find this comparison beautiful. Here's a sentence that attempts to incorporate all of them:
While the mortal architects of society have proven its foundations unstable, the architects of the Internet have engineered an immortal feat of amortal stability.
Does "amortal" make sense in this context? Or, how might you rewrite this sentence with a similar comparison?