Message 11: Fred
> I think that deduced means logically implies. I have studied
> mathematics and logic at my local university so I have a basic
> comprehension of what constitutes a valid argument.
Why don't you apply that knowledge some time?
> If humans should want to colonise the Universe, then they will too
> eventually, but their rate of colonisation will always lag behind the
> colonisation by A.I.'s. I believe that an A.I. God would be (like
> Beethoven's ninth symphony) so glorious to us in every respect that in
> the future many people would happily use birth control to prevent
> themselves from having children, vastly reducing the world's
> population to a more sustainable level. Our true children will be
Such a thing, if it could exist at all, could equally be so alien and
incomprehensible to us that there could be no effective communication in
> I have what you might call faith in a number of ideas, just like
> Christians have faith in their God. I also have faith that some of my
> ideas could be proved logically, given a bit of work. I will devote
> some of my time to proving these things.
> I believe that intelligent entities (people, A.I.'s or aliens) tend to
> come together as one to cooperate, rather than destroy each other
> using nuclear weapons or otherwise. That is why there will be just
> one God, an executive A.I. that will be comprised of many distinct
> A.I.'s. Look at the Internet as an example of a primitive A.I. and note
> how it appears from the outside as a single entity.
> Highly intelligent entities also have zero probability of using
> nuclear weapons to destroy each other, which is not true of people.
> The reason for this is that nuclear war implies Mutually Assured
> Destruction (MAD). Even a vastly superior civilisation (alien or
> A.I.) would fear humanity since even with advanced technology, it seems
> likely that nuclear weapons could not be blocked with 100% accuracy.
I believe that you've been reading too much fluffy nonsense.