Re: Automation

Randall R Randall (
Mon, 27 Apr 1998 19:21:41 -0400

On Mon, 27 Apr 1998 00:30:40 -0700 "John Dale" <>
>Dear Mr. Clark,

I'm not Mr. Clark (as if you hadn't noticed :), but
I can give you *my* answer...

> You made the rather startling statement that in 100 years,
>and certainly within 1000 years, biological humans as we
>currently know them will have ceased to exist.

I would agree with Mr. Clark, here.

> Although I don't question that this result is
>theoretically possible, don't you worry about a very
>profound reactionary response in the general "God-fearing"
>public to this type of "threat" to us creatures made "in
>God's image"?

I do. I just think that such a response will
be singularly ineffective against most

>Do you really think that public attitudes
>will change that quickly?

Perhaps they will not. If not, however, that
simply means that many natural humans
will probably not survive the transition time. :(

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