[p2p-research] is the mind a computer

Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
Wed Nov 11 18:01:03 CET 2009

On Sun, Nov 08, 2009 at 04:45:45PM -0500, Samuel Rose wrote:

> I agree. I definitely will not waste time arguing with you too much.
> There is no machine that is as connected on the scale of gene,

Connectivity has a formal definition. Physical layer and
logic are two different domains, though physics of
computation sets you limits. However, these limits
are currently so far remote you can ignore them. 

> organism, environment as any living thing is. machines do not even
> compare.

You do not seem very familiar with machines.
> Here's the reality:
> Living things are complex adaptive systems (on all scales)

> machines are machines.

That doesn't mean a damn thing. A machine is an abstract
concept, not something which you'll find in your toolshop.
> An mite is more human, than any existing (or previously existing)

It is good that you limit your scope.

> human created machine is. Can you guess why?

Why must machines be created by humans?

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