Brent Allsop cried out:
> I think that it therefor could be argued that it is very
> selfish on your part to put this suffering and loneliness on and
> making it so hard on those that remain after you are gone. (Of course
> we could be considered selfish by not wanting you to die if such is
> truly against your will! ;) Your life may not be more important than
> anyone elses, but it is also no less important either. Every single
> life is important isn't it!? Any singularity must make this more true,
> not less true don't you think!? How or why would anyone ever think
Neglecting the feelings of some extropians and risking his own life so
as to increase the likelihood of Singularity is *selfish*?
True, he chose his ends, but he quite obviously *hasn't* chosen
himself as one of them.
-unless you love someone-
-nothing else makes any sense-
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