Re: AND THEN, JUST TRANSPLANT THE BRAIN... was Re: Headless frogs
Fri, 24 Oct 1997 17:24:05 -0400 (EDT)

In a message dated 97-10-24 04:01:01 EDT, you write:

<< Any feasible anti gravity technology would be most useful in aircraft
and spacecraft. Now, replacing cars with personal antigravity propelled
aircraft is somehting else entirely. With smart navigation technologies,
using all of that volume in the air is a much smarter way to go about
it. Of course, if there is an accident, expect to die, unless airbag
technology is heavily used, in a manner like the Mars Pathfinder landing
method. Bounce, bounce, bounce...

Well, if we develop anti-gravity, why not develop some sort of anti-collision
field that would repel you from any object within a certain distance(with the
repelling energy being adjustable in terms of distance and strength), like
magnets, until you land or engage with some other object. That would be
great and very fun for playing some kind of game in the air, with fast,
cushiony bounces off of the others. Or maybe just close cruising with the
others, feeling the others' energy fields as you come close, playing, like
tag or love making(thats to say if we could combine our own sensory fields
with that technology, incorporating our nervous systems).