Can Science Cure Death? It Sure Looks Like It. - Popular Mechanics
“For if any of those earlier experiments in optimism had succeeded, our species would be exploring the stars by now, and you and I would be immortal.” https://t.co/3MOvRNOWTG
The Beginning of Infinity
Also a bit about the relationship between the universality of the laws of physics and people and all possible intelligences. Also how that universality comments on the ancient ideas that humans were at the center of it all.
@SomsenRuben @barackomaba @liber_liver I think that more scaling will lead to more privacy arbitrage, necessity is the mother of invention, so more people first —then we have the problems we want to solve right in front if us.
@SomsenRuben I think they are linked. But I think the more people that use it the more privacy it will have is a better way to look at it (than the opposite). This is a hindsight post though, I voted for privacy.
@chrishoweareyou Still thinking about this. Wish I had the DVD, Isamu watched parts of this and I bet the special features would make it easier to explain CGI. These streaming services need to add special features (or is there one with special features?). Would pay for more services if they had
Have not read the book (read plot summary on Wikipedia). But the premise sucks (if you have a “galactic empire” then your “foundation” sucks, there is nothing worth saving, see also, Popper’s: The Myth of the Framework ), and Isaac Asimov has done a lot of damage to science https://t.co/RfnuY76Vm6