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Go Eliezer! You rock! Keep doing what you're doing, as it's very interesting and very fun to read!

Actually, maybe you had better tone down the awesomeness of your posts a bit. (Maybe you could do that by not mentioning the Singularity so much.) If you don't tone it down, I fear I'm in danger of ca...(read more)

Ian C.: Is there any reason in particular that you think that adults are so different from children? I would say that most adults most of the time act pretty childish, though they often couch it in a form that seems more mature.

I have to recommend Eliezer's essay on his web site <a href="http://yudkowsky.net/bayes/bayes.html">An Intuitive Explanation of Bayesian Reasoning</a>. I am sure that everything on there (<a href="http://yudkowsky.net">yudkowsky.net</a>) is well worth reading, but I haven't gotten to anything else y...(read more)

Great parable, but I don't think things would actually happen like that. If that really happened, a Green would almost certainly see the sky as just as green as a Blue would see it blue. Light underground is probably of substandard quality most of the time, no pigments underground exactly match the ...(read more)