On Wed, 9 May 2001, Lee Corbin wrote:
> For the same reason that a program does anything, because it's built
> that way. Now I know that you contend that writing such a program may
If the program is intelligent, by definition its output is interesting,
i.e. has a high novelty. The more interesting, the less predictable.
> You neglected the possibility of read-only. I hope that my frozen
Physics would seem to make high-res bulk images without degradation of
structure rather impossible. Of course, if you use destructive (layer by
layer abrasive) cryo AFM, you can record the relevant info. Assuming
you know what it is, of course, or have enough storage, so that you record
stuff you can make a few more passes over, to be catched by better
> brain (if, alas, it comes to that) stays around long enough for quite
> a number of higher fidelity scans to be made and set running.
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