Re: Further Evolution beyond the Human?
6 Oct 1996 17:01:16 GMT
Michelle Malkin (email@example.com) wrote:
: On Oct 05, 1996 14:02:28 in article <Re: Further Evolution beyond the
: Human?>, 'firstname.lastname@example.org (Publius)' wrote:
: >I once posted an article supporting the possibility that "Machine"
: >(a term encompassing all mechanisms and their possibilities) could
: >eventually and with our unknowing help would reach a position
: >where it would be able to operate and renew itself without our
: >help - eventually achieving "Everlasting Life" (which some of
: >us hope is possible for some component of our nature).
: >Having achieved that advanced status, 'Machine' would then look
: >at us and in fact all organic Life as an irrational menace tp
: >its existence and would proceed to wipe out organic Life,
: >and thus having the stage all to itself - to what purpose I
: >can only conjecture. PUBLIUS at <alt.fan.publius> (Thanks for
: >your good article.):
: Try reading some modern science fiction. That idea is so ancient it has a
: long white beard - down to
This is not science fiction. It is a logical possibility and we
see everywhere the "evolution" of "Machines" advance toward its
goal. The Machine is ever more silent and menacing to organic life.
"Down Sizing" is not something "Corporations" are doing, it is
Machine asserting its independence. PUBLIUS at <alt.fan.publius>