On Wed, 2 Sep 1998 22:32:31 +0200 "den Otter" <email@example.com> writes:
>> From: Joe Jenkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> If non-destructive technology were available, would you choose to
This is exactly my position, so I don't have to write one.
>> upload and keep your biological self alive or terminate it?
>I wouldn't use any scanning technique to upload, since IMO the
>copy wouldn't be "me"; I'd rather have gradual uploading by means
>of computer implants, or perhaps nano-assisted neuron-by-neuron
>replacement of the biomass by artificial structures _while I'm
>conscious_ (yeah,yeah, call me old-fashioned... ;-)
This is exactly my position, so I don't have to write one.:)
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