Re: Prelude to a Singularity? Science and Science Fiction

CountZero (
Tue, 03 Feb 1998 17:20:11 -0600

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As was pointed out (on this list, I think) most current sci-fi has been
forced to go for bigger/fancier because the future has already passed
beyond their/its event horizon.

Or, yes, we are seeing a prelude to the singularity.

At 04:28 PM 2/3/98 -0500, you wrote:
>What does it mean when science begins to appear more stimulating that science
> Does it at least indicate that scientific progress is
>beginning to proceed at a such a pace that our imagination does not have time
>to investigate its implications thoroughly?
>Doug Bailey
Try to think of it as evolution in action.
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