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Posted by Phillip Martin on September 20, 2002 22:38:25 UTC

"If a human was immortal he/she could go on learning for 3.5 million years before the space would be used up. Think how long that is..."

About 35000 times longer than I am going to live. So, not only do we waste it, it is inefficient. Thank you for supporting my thought.

I know what you meant. I think that any particle contains far more information than any human can conceive. Particles, the way I think of them, are values. Our brain assigns values to thesse particles, and thus makes sense of them. Now think about all the information that can describ a particle. I also believe that nothing is known until everything is known, and that we cannot possible know... the universe itself is an intelligence. If I think about the universe, I see nothing more than a computer carrying out a proigram that we call time.

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