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You see Eliezer. You are bias.

I took a rational response and yet you still chose to delete me. That's fine but don't you dare tell me I don't know what I'm talking about. On your end, deleting people's responses is about emotional response as opposed to the knowledge that has been given. Not eve...(read more)

Ken wrote:P

I mean, seriously, _I_ hardly believe it -- why in the hell would someone occupying some arbitrary location in space, that happens to be surrounded by a building, leave some kind of information there after his body is gone?

Just an idea:-) Maybe he wants to be remembered?

Well Ken, I...(read more)

Thom Blake, September 12, 2008 at 04:35 PM wrote:

>But if there are repeatable psi experiments, then >why hasn't anyone won the million dollars? (or >even passed the relatively easy first round?)

I remember thinking the same question a while back. I wondered why if "some people" have "special pow...(read more)

"If someone who weighs 560 pounds suffers from "existential angst", allegedly because the universe is a mere dance of particles, then stomach reduction surgery might drastically change their views of the metaphysics of morality."

Maybe it will make it easier but they didn't really work at it. By ha...(read more)

Regardless of all previous posts.

I think you write better when you are expressing your beliefs and inner thoughts as opposed to the mathematical equation that leads you there.

“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.”

Just a thought. Ann...(read more)

Aristotle needed Socrates. Maybe Plato was listening.


Suppose you could send messages back in time to Archimedes of Syracuse, using a chronophone which - to avoid transmitting anachronistic information - transmits the results of executing cognitive strategies, rather than words.

"You have no idea what you're about to discover!" "What you thought is re...(read more)