From: Michael Roy Ames (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jun 22 2002 - 21:02:25 MDT
James Higgins wrote:
> Now, can either of you explain to me why a human-equivalent intelligence
> will, all of a sudden, be capable of creating bounds & leaps of technology
> that were otherwise impossible, just because it is running on
Why? Here's a few reasons.
1) Totally infallable memory
2) 24 x 7 operation, no breaks for body maintenance
3) Improved speed of access to 'canned' facts (Encyclopedias, Google, etc)
And by FAR the most important reason for "leaps & bounds" is:
4) Ability to reprogram ones own cognitive processes.
If this isn't enough... then... nuts! --> Its plenty enough!!
Michael Roy Ames
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