Re: What of a Singularity fizzling out?

From: Tomaz Kristan (
Date: Sun Feb 22 2004 - 10:07:18 MST

On Sun, 22 Feb 2004 15:59:49 +0000, BillK wrote:

> Big assumption here. Not everyone agrees that this is
> the most likely
> scenario. When nano arrives and all our intelligences
> are uploaded into
> an inch square of magicon, why do we need to expand
> throughout the universe?
> Just thought I'd mention an alternative ;)
> BillK

Going outward in all directions, with the nearly speed
of light, is not that big assumption.

The alternative, staying at home and going inward, is a
bigger one. Especially, because there is a limited
amount of space down there - after all.

We will be forced to use everything what is beneath our
current level and everything above. From the Plank's
lengths (if it is possible to go that deep at all) to
the cosmic dimensions. To make this world of the
maximal use, to all the sentients.

I think, that even if this Universe is open, that we
can escape out of it, we still have a duty, to NOT left
the current mess behind us. To influence the Cosmology

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