Re: WTF?/Segue to Singularity
- Hi John,
These were such interesting thoughts you shared especially to do with
I've been reading through kurzweilai.net lately and came across what
I think is an interesting paper someone else wrote in the mind-x
forum. They posted a link to it which is:
Extropian Transcendence seems to be the label that would fit my
current thoughts/belief system for the moment anyway...until I keep
researching more trying to push the envelope of my mind and find my
*voice* someday experientially.
--- In anti-CED@yahoogroups.com, John Distazo <John.Distazo@g...>
> Well, that's an interesting question. As society goes from the
> information age into a symbiotic age where the line betweenbiological
> organism and technological artifact begins to blur, most of themwill accept
> the benefits of increased technological progress, perhaps whileprotesting
> that society is becoming more and more decadent. A few willstubbornly
> remain behind, clinging to past ideas, but even the Amish usetractors
> modified for greater speed to allow them to remain "true" to theirreligion
> yet still get around effectively.living in a
> I imagine one could write an interesting story about Christians
> post-Apocalypse world during the 1000-year reign of Christ on earththat
> turns out to be the final act of post-humanity before it leavesearth
> entirely. The holdouts are given a fantasy realm where they livewith Jesus
> and the saints in perfect peace and contentment. I know I'd drawthe story
> into an arc where one person becomes disillusioned with paradiseand tries
> to find out why he's so dissatisfied with it, only to discoverthat "heaven"
> is not what it seems. But, post-Singularity stories are tough to do
- --- In anti-CED@yahoogroups.com, "seekeththee" <seekeththee@a...>
> --- In anti-CED@yahoogroups.com, John Distazo <John.Distazo@g...>They need to keep it a secret until the school boards allow them to
> > John:
> > Really, I can't believe this. Steve suspends Paul A
> > AGAIN?!? This time for asking about the identity of
> > the designer??!?
> I don't understand why they are so sensitive to that question?
> I thought they knew the identity of the designer.
teach ID in science classes. Then they've captured the silver ring!