From: Aleksei Riikonen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 11 2006 - 16:43:19 MDT
On 5/12/06, ARGOSYPC@aol.com <ARGOSYPC@aol.com> wrote:
> Robin wrote :
> Long answer: Depends on the technology. Massive changes in
> computing power are SL4. Brain implants might be. Sticking magnets
> in your flesh with crude surgery is very much not. We've had the
> technology to do *that* since, what, the year 1000 or so?
> But now we have high-pressure vaccination guns that can do it 10 seconds.
> Fully sterile conditions. No "crude surgery" here. And the chips are smaller
> & faster.
> Implants and up-links will be an important part of the way forward.
Are you sure you're aware of the definition of the term SL4? If not,
What you're talking about here is still SL1, and should be discussed
on other mailing lists, such as wta-talk.
-- Aleksei Riikonen - http://www.iki.fi/aleksei
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