Re: Scarcity for Gods

Michael M. Butler (butler@comp*
Wed, 25 Jun 1997 19:43:27 -0700

You're *right next* to the point I was trying to make, esteemed sir.

I was trying to point out that "attention" and "time" might still be in
limited supply.

Apart from that, we appear to be in violent agreement. "In a universe in
which anything can happen, who the hell cares what does?"--Theodore Sturgeon



At 09:46 PM 6/24/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Mike Butler notes-
>>I will confine myself to remarking that "...definitely do not care about...
>>economy" is tantamount to saying "nothing is scarce to these entities".
>I think the term "scarce" is distracting. Like in "post-scarcity."
>Try this: Nothing will be more easy or difficult, valuable or valueless,
>to these beings. That's what not caring about economy is.
>Reminds me of the oatmeal definition of hell.
> --Steve
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