From: Joel Pitt (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 22 2005 - 00:06:12 MDT
Daniel Radetsky wrote:
>>The basic premise of those who have accepted SI tends to be that we have
>>to forget what we think is impossible, because the levels of
>>intelligence are so vastly different between us and ve.
> This is the problem. I don't think you have justification for this premise. If
> you aren't justified in the premise then you are by definition paranoid.
It's not paranoia if they *are* after you ;P
Anyhow, I think Eliezer summed up "magic" in his "Magic means large
search spaces" post.
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