The Italian priest Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake in 1600 for, among other things, imagining an infinite number of other worlds and claiming that "innumerable suns exist; innumerable earths revolve about these suns."Modern astronomers are proving Bruno right - there really are innumerable suns with innumerable planets revolving around them.An extrasolar planet, or … Continue reading Giordano Bruno was so right so long ago, yo.
listening to some of the ideas and descriptions of Artificial General Intellgence, I thought that the holistic approach of combining many differemt disciplines, reflects RAW's comprehensive group of intelligence engineers in The tale of the tribe. RAW asked what these characters and internet have in common? I am formulating a new set of answers … Continue reading the Tale of the tribe as a blueprint for Artificial General Intellgence
HI everybody. I've been following the development of ‘the 2012 phenomena’ and also the more scientific concept of ‘The Singularity’ since I read ‘Cosmic Trigger’ by Robert Anton Wilson and then ‘The Invisible Landscape’ by Dennis and Terence Mckenna, sometime in the mid 1990's.From these references you might deduct that I have a ‘psychedelic’ bias … Continue reading 2012 Singularity Feedback and Video’s
Steven James Pratt