[ExI] rebuilding a saturn v today

Brent Allsop brent.allsop at canonizer.com
Wed Mar 30 15:05:14 UTC 2011


For me, the ‘holding pattern’ is simply priority based.  We’ve got to do
first things first.  Way more important than anything, right now, is to
escape the mortal walls that are our skulls – as in artificial
consciousness, uploading, effing, and all that.  Discovering and getting a
handle on consciousness will solve almost every problem we are facing,
including stupidity, animalistic irrational war causing urges and fears,
primitive destructive beliefs about what we are, failure to really
communicate, disease, global warming, energy, aging….

Having platform independent and effingly merged minds will obviously make
space travel trivially easy in comparison.  What we needed a Saturn V for to
get us to the moon will become a real joke, and will be seen as a huge waste
and miss prioritization, when parts of all of us can easily embody
artificial entities, temporarily, on the moon and beyond, as everything out
there finally starts to spiritually wake up and effingly communicate.

Brent Allsop

2011/3/29 John Grigg <possiblepaths2050 at gmail.com>

> Spike wrote:
> I think it is safe to say most people no longer look to space as the final
> frontier.  We now set our sights on inner space, cyber space and thought
> space.  Ultimately I think interplanetary space will be the future abode of
> our mind children, but not humans in our current form.  We take up too much
> space and have too much material hanging all over us which doesn't do much
> of anything useful.
> >>>
> "Oh ye of little faith..."  ; )  I think we are just in a holding pattern
> until we develop the mature materials technology necessary to build a space
> elevator.  And then we can get a pound of something into space for $50
> dollars, instead of $100,000 dollars!  The era of space industralization and
> colonization will finally be upon us!  And Spike can finally stop moping...
> heehee
> John
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