Conductivity

lkh lkh at mediaiscorp.com
Sat Jun 28 06:23:31 EST 2003


On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 11:29:50 +0200, J Zijlstra <jw53z at xs4all.nl>
wrote:

>Hello,
Hello
>
>I would like to know how I'm able to fasten up the communication in
>our brain or whole body. I'm sure humans can have way more faster
>brains than they have at this moment. And am I right if I say that
>humans are just like robots? I can imagine some things I would
>certainly improve like myself to an Zijlstra2000 or something... If
>computers can follow more's law why shouldnt we do so?

You have missed the importance of efficiency over brute speed. 

>
>Also a bit of fiction but Startrek also inspired much in society so
>anyone with awnsers? I just thought about it, but computers can be
>replaced by humans at one moment (programmed without intellectual
>concious ofcourse..)
>
Yes, it is fiction, the only thing fiction has in common with the
brain is the brain is its source.

>J. Zijlstra




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