Re: Re: Is anyone interested in immortality for all?
Thu, 4 Mar 1999 12:59:29 EST

In a message dated 3/4/99 12:42:18 PM, Anders wrote:

<<Is that really the best first step? While it would be fun to have a Omega Point Study Institute, its utility might be rather low at first - all the necessary research is being done by ordinary scientists, the only thing OP-theoreticians need to do is to gather together the latest knowledge in cosmology, computation and robotics. Once we get to the stage where launching replicating probes and such becomes feasible, *then* the OPSI would become important in directing the debate about the project.

Maybe, Anders. Except one important function I see is to raise money and give grants to research targeted at this project.