[extropy-chat] Elvis Sightings

Ben Goertzel ben at goertzel.org
Mon Jan 29 21:45:45 UTC 2007

Well, John, I hope you survive to the Singularity so that I can have  
the pleasure of observing your reaction when you are proved wrong  
about all this, by AI's that are better able to conduct these  
experiments than us humans ;-)

Of course, by then I may have rewired myself so as to eliminate such  
trivial pleasures from my psyche!!

-- Ben G

On Jan 29, 2007, at 4:38 PM, John K Clark wrote:

> "Keith Henson" <hkhenson at rogers.com>
>> Read the Wikipedia article.
> I prefer to read Science and Nature.
>> If you build 100 identical cells and charge them exactly the same  
>> way some
>> fraction of them, typically about half, will exhibit  anomalous  
>> behavior
>> in generating heat.
> BULLSHIT! If that were true I'd be reading about it in Science or  
> Nature,
> not The National Enquirer or "scientific journals" or equal repute.
>> Why do so do it and not others?  That's the maddening question  
>> besides
>> what is actually happening.
> It's really not that difficult to understand, crappy and confused
> experimenters
> produce crappy and confusing data.
>> You can reliably generate excess heat in some subset of cells.
>   John K Clark
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