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RE: Another Fine Answer (esp. The Drop Dead Part)

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Posted by Yunus Robinson on July 2, 2000 17:13:33 UTC

Actually the `drop dead part` came from a science fiction story I read a long time ago and is still fresh in my mind. The story was about a crazy engineer who developed an artificially intelligent machine for his Phd project. When the professors tested his invention by asking it questions such as, "Is there an afterlife?" The machine said, "Yes!". The professor then asked the machine to prove it. the machine replied, "Drop dead and see for yourself!"

Actually when you think about it, it is probably the only true way we will ever know the answer to the great question. The only problem is, you can`t comeback and tell others about it!!!!!

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