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Escaping the Singularity

Distributed Computing

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Kathy Fey | Wed, 03 Aug 2016 11:16:02 UTC

Get rid of the technology and start using the power of the mind.... It is instant and there are no boundries of Time Space or Distance....


François | Tue, 21 Jun 2016 08:36:45 UTC

Really nice article !

A reference to Mark Burgess work about promise theory, and particulary "In Search of Certainty" (http://markburgess.org/certainty.html) would be perfect: Mark is talking about exactly these subjects, and he used to be a brilliant astro-physician (maybe not a coincidence :)

Thanks for the read!


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