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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Eliezer S. Yudkowsky
> psi were true, it might force some minor adjustments in the Quest for
> Singularity, so I am interested. But I haven't seen enough evidence to
> make me believe that expending the cognitive resources required for
> further consideration has a sufficiently high probability of payoff to
> be worth it. In other words, it ain't worth the neurons.
OK, it may not be worth spending TOO much time and mental effort on, but I'd
be very interested to know what you mean when you say "minor adjustments in
the Quest for Singularity." If you found out tomorrow that psi were true,
how would that change what you're doing?
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