I gave you a thumbs up in agreement but didn't give one to Gwern for his links. Pointing-something-out bias?
Is it 5000IU per day?
How one person can write so much, of such quality, with such consistency is beyond me.
Yes, who's going to go through hundreds of comments to find the good ones. And based on the content they're replying to, there's probably some really good stuff in the comment section that's relatively unseen because of this.
I'm referring to the great filter theory which I first learned about on Less Wrong: http://mason.gmu.edu/~rhanson/greatfilter.html
I've gone from hoping we find life in the solar system to really hoping we don't.
I notice I am confused a lot.
I can use Bayes theorem well enough to calculate that the probability of me fully understanding Bayes theorem is 0%.
My thoughts about my future have changed from wondering aimlessly about how I can change my life and the world for the better and not being able to do anything about it to knowing quite well how I can change my life and the world for the better and still not doing anything about it
Never mind: http://www.yudkowsky.net/obsolete/bookshelf.html
What are Eliezers other favourite books?
Maybe the AI was asked to make the world safe for wizards and figured it was easier to make an entire new world for them than make safe a Muggle dominated one.