Non-machine-emulable is angel. OK.
Why do they(?) have to be called "angel"? Can one liken them(?) to the theological description of an angel or is there some other reason?
regards Kim Jones On 08/02/2006, at 8:42 PM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
(by definition an angel is any platonic entity which is not able to be emulated by a turing machine).