From: Stuart Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 07 2008 - 03:54:12 MDT
> --- Stuart Armstrong <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Speculating about society after a singularity is pointless. It leads
> > to poorly thought-out ideas and is dominated by speculative wishful
> > thinking. A complete waste of time.
> > So, let's do it.
> OK, let's say a singularity has already happened, and the world you see
> today is the result.
> Not possible?
> There are several morals, but the relevant one is at the end. There
> are two kinds of people. Those who believe that beliefs cause reality,
> and those who believe that reality cause beliefs. The first group
> might be right, but only the second group will pass on their DNA.
Er... sorry, but fail to see the relevance of any of that...
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