From: Emil Gilliam (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Sep 09 2003 - 23:27:30 MDT
The three posts by this poster fail to meet minimum standards for
coherence and quality
(http://sl4.org/intro.html). I have asked him not to post for the time
- List Sniper Emil
On Tuesday, September 9, 2003, at 04:53 AM, Alexander Mayboroda wrote:
> I see this mailing list - a good place for discussions.
> And I have many topics.
> Coming back to the concept of knowledge of impossible.
> It was remarks which has arisen spontaneously but it's not casual.
> It is based on my understanding of ideas suggested by the Stanislaw
> Those who read his books will agree that
> he has really not ordinary approach.
> I shall quote his one statement:
> " There is no mind if there are minds of different capacity "
> In this book (Golem XIV) he is consistently carry out
> the technological point of view on various problems.
> Many of these problems deeply philosophical.
> What is the technology -- I quote:
> "The Technology is a sphere of delivered tasks,
> and also methods of their solutions"
> From this position I also spoke about knowledge of impossible.
> Task on development of that that has the name but is not filled
> And without regard to it AI will be developed.
> Why I so sure.
> The task is put and it will be solved.
> To state here all proofs for doubting I have'nt an opportunity.
> I think that this book
> Stanislaw Lem
> Golem XIV
> most precisely expresses the concept of Singularity.
> Should become the reference book of all
> who supports this concept.
> Specially for those who has reached to that of a place.
> This letter may cause imperception.
> In general may remain imperceptible.
> I do not know all answers.
> But precisely I know some questions which it is necessary to put.
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