[ExI] sports and the r.a.s.

William Flynn Wallace foozler83 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 7 13:48:39 UTC 2015

>From the NYTimes sports page:

'this is how sports  performance evolves.  To catch the pacesetters,
athletes recalibrate their goals, which resets their reticular activating
systems, enabling them to extend their boundaries of what they believe is

My vote for the most nonsense ever to appear in any sports page.  Yet,
neurophysiology in sports: a coming thing?  I can see it now:  "As a result
of an overactive amygdala he spit in the umpire's face."

Another turn of phrase from the NYT:  'deeply nontransparent'.

In an article about the complexity of cars, it said that cars could contain
100 million lines of code.

Just wondering how many the most sophisticated AI has?

bill w
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