[extropy-chat] mathimatical model for the singularity
ps.udoname at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 21:03:02 UTC 2006
> I believe so. But the transition from nm to fm is one of those difficult
> limits I was outlining. Though we can deal with electrons and photons, it
> is questionable whether we will be able to eliminate atoms from the
> picture. That will place constraints on things.
Indeed, atoms could be the linit of how small we can go.
> Yes, those and $1.25 will get you a ride on the Boston MBTA at this time.
What is this Boston MBTA ?
>You can approximate the ramp up to it and how fast it may change but unless
your equations actually look like an S in the long run -- something like
slowly growing from 2006 through ~2020, speeding up significantly and going
through the roof from ~2030-2050 and then slowing down signifcantly into
something relatively flat from ~2060-70 for the next few hundred years (at
least) they don't capture the essence.
As I said, I'm sure my model could be based on an S-curve and would then
flatten out, and after the change goes through the roof I don't know that we
can really mae any predictions.
Something like that. People are going to have an interesting time deciding
> what is really important after all the "classical" guides (derived from
> classical resource limits, selfish genes, etc.) have to be thrown out.
Well, you have been saying that there will still be resource limits, and
there will still be selfish memes.
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