Monthly Archives: November 2010

Thinkers Nov 23 2010: AFRAID OF THE MASK?

  Extropia DaSilva: Today the topic is ‘AFRAID OF THE MASK’?[2010/11/23 15:34]  ArtCrash Exonar: I think the old viewers need two avatar names, so now that single names are allowed they have to add the last name Resident to those … Continue reading

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JABELAR SAYS: With our current set of evidence, I think there are no logical reasons to believe that God definitely exists, but that there are logical reasons to believe that God could exist. Obviously, God could provide reasons to prove … Continue reading

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Thinkers November 16 2010: Panpsychism

Extropia DaSilva: PANPSYCHISM: You are conscious and a rock is not, right? According to panpsychism, consciousness is a property shared by everything in the universe, it is just that its presence is not always obvious to us. Is this at … Continue reading

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The Singularity. One way to understand what that means is to consider how the Universe’s ability to rearrange matter/energy into new patterns has gone through paradigm shifts in the past. Any alien intelligences observing our solar system would find examples … Continue reading

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Thinkers Nov 9 2010: Conflict of VRs.

Extropia DaSilva: Welcome to Thinkers, back after the clocks were pointlessly altered as if farmers have no artificial lights these days..[2010/11/09 15:33]  Gwyneth Llewelyn: (it’s a gardenia!)[2010/11/09 15:33]  Gwyneth Llewelyn: lol Extie![2010/11/09 15:33]  Extropia DaSilva: This time the topic is…[2010/11/09 … Continue reading

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INTRODUCTION People who make a living out of creating imaginary worlds- authors, playwrites and scriptwriters- can sometimes achieve an extraordinary thing. That thing, is the creation of a character whose longevity far outlasts that of its creator. Charles Dickens may … Continue reading

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