In a message dated 7/21/2001 6:01:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com
<< No, not at all. The enteric nervous system is not "dominant," the reason
don't want to be uploaded without your enteric nervous system (ENS) is that
your ENS contains hundreds of millions of neurons which interact with the
of the CNS (central nervous system) to form the complete neurological >>
Can we replicate the human nervous system precisely, using digital
engineering, I hope so? How will we know when we archive this, a Turing test
where someone downloads, and even the family cannot tell that the "person" in
question still exists?
Will our "neurosis" be uploaded with us as a mark of identity-a computer
program addicted to tobacco?
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