From: Pavitra (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 07 2009 - 12:32:59 MDT
John K Clark wrote:
> People have developed a sense of absurdity and there is no reason a
> superior being wouldn't too.
You're anthropomorphizing. Unless there's a specific reason it *would*
develop a sense of absurdity, the mere complexity of the hypothesis is a
reason it wouldn't develop it simply by chance.
At a first approximation, I would expect a given intelligence to have a
sense of absurdity if and only if it was evolved/designed to detect
attempts to deceive it.
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