Anders Sandberg wrote:
> "Eliezer S. Yudkowsky" <email@example.com> writes:
> > I should also note that "Alpha" now has a slightly different
> > contrast-to-Omega meaning. If there's infinite computing power at the
> > end of the Universe, there's equally infinite computing power at the Big
> > Bang - the Alpha Point. One would expect that if an infinite amount of
> > information-processing is going on, some Power-like beings would evolve
> > by pure chance.
> > What happened to them is a very interesting question. Probably they
> > tunneled to new Big Bangs when it started getting cold.
> A nice line of thought (pun intended :-).
Perhaps we could tell the story of such beings... their friends, the friends of their friends, their enemies, the enemies of their enemies, their artifacts, their worlds, their thoughts. The great pursuits through universes between races at war in a meta-universe. Is the SF writer of such a tremendously difficult story to tell already born ;)? (i mean a good story, a quite complete description of such a fun and abstract world in a +150 pages format ;).