On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 2:38 AM, John Mikes <jami...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Stathis,
> do you think "Lucy" had the same (thinking?) hardware as you have? are you
> negating (human and other) development (I evade 'evolution') as e.g. the
> famous cases of mutation?  Is all that R&D a reshuffling of what WAS already
> knowable?
> Maybe my agnosticism dictates different potentials at work from your
> Idon'tknowwhat position, but in my belief system there is - beyond our
> existing world-model - an "infinite complexity" of unknowable whoknowswhat-s
> infiltrating into our knowable inventory in ways adjusted to our
> capabilities. THAT I cannot assign to an algorithmic machine.
> Then again you write: "UNIVERSE" - a word usually applied to our part of a
> 'physical world' - not the Everything of which it may be part of. My
> (assumed?) infinite complexity is not restricted to physical units of our
> universe.
> Accordingly I see some definitional discrepancy between our conclusions.

If the hardware and/or environment is different then the thinking may
also be different.

Stathis Papaioannou

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