From: Ben Goertzel (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Nov 25 2000 - 06:19:32 MST
> Now there you go again, calling it a "notion." I admit that many other
> possible/probable scenarios may render the singularity just a notion
> (someday), but to the degree that we can see the singularity as the most
> satisfactory response to urgently needed change, should we continue to
> view it as a notion? I mean, before the Manhattan Project, atomic energy
> was just a notion.
Sure. So was time travel. Now one is real, and the other may never become
real. Until something is a fact, it's just an idea....
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