Re: ...The evolution of Stellar Based Superminds...

From: J. R. Molloy (
Date: Fri Oct 06 2000 - 10:58:19 MDT

Eugene Leitl wrote,

> Few million? Gee. They don't have a million R&D people even in the car
> industry. There are maybe about a million of people who can loosely be
> called researchers in the entire U.S. Roughly, there are probably no
> more than ten million scientists in the whole world.

In that case, you won't need to "nuke" them. A few well-placed unabomber-type
attacks should do the trick.

> World-wide, there are about 200 cryobiologists. There are currently
> probably a few thousands AI people world-wide, tops.

If you know their addresses, you can start sending the letter bombs right away.

--J. R.

We can continue to cherish the belief systems of other cultures, whilst
recognizing that scientific knowledge is something special that transcends
Paul Davies

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