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Achieving the "Impossible" - will we ever revive people who died before cryogenic preservation?


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Tipler's Omega Point occurs when the processing capability effectively becomes infinite, as the processors will be able to simulate every possible future before the universe ends - a state also known as "Aleph".



Within this environment, Tipler imagines that intelligent beings, human personalities, will be run as simulations within the system. As a result, after the Omega Point, humans will have omnipotence, able to see all of history and predict all of the future. Additionally, as all history becomes available, past personalities will be able to run as well. Within the simulation, this appears to be the dead rising

 

Tipler's books are very interesting and he makes a great case for future simulations, in space travel and eventually universal simulated histories. After all, your skeleton may be a simulation itself.



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Also, I think that our cognitive capacities are so extremely limited that we can't possible make any very accurate predictions when it comes to what the technology of hyperintelligent beings may accomplish ...

Sorry, I can't let this go any longer.  It's not just you.  I've been seeing this a lot lately.  Why do some people refuse to use adverbs, and simply use adjectives instead?  I just don't get it.  Is this an actual dialect?  Are you just lazy?  Was it a typo?  I don't think I've heard anyone talk that way, but I see it in writing all the time...

It was a typo. I actually noticed it immidiately after I made the post. Since it was just a small typo, and didn't change the meaning of the sentence in any way, I didn't see any need to correct it. To satisfy your offended mind, I'll correct it now. Live long and prosper.

 

don't feel bad. Jared loves to troll lol


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Also, I think that our cognitive capacities are so extremely limited that we can't possible make any very accurate predictions when it comes to what the technology of hyperintelligent beings may accomplish ...

Sorry, I can't let this go any longer.  It's not just you.  I've been seeing this a lot lately.  Why do some people refuse to use adverbs, and simply use adjectives instead?  I just don't get it.  Is this an actual dialect?  Are you just lazy?  Was it a typo?  I don't think I've heard anyone talk that way, but I see it in writing all the time...

It was a typo. I actually noticed it immidiately after I made the post. Since it was just a small typo, and didn't change the meaning of the sentence in any way, I didn't see any need to correct it. To satisfy your offended mind, I'll correct it now. Live long and prosper.

 

don't feel bad. Jared loves to troll lol

Haters gonna hate.






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