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Freebase Dali 03-21-2011 04:41 PM

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Originally Posted by The Batlord (Post 1021828)
It's entirely possible that one day technology might advance to the point that humans will only die out of accidents. We might all be cyborgs at some point. How do you think that would affect views on the afterlife?

If I were a cyborg, I'd believe in a great uploading when I died, to a wonderful server in the sky with unlimited bandwidth and processing power, where my mind was also free to travel wirelessly via cosmic frequencies beyond the visible light spectrum that put 2.4GHZ transmissions to shame. There would be other servers, hosting FPS games with absolutely no lag and outstanding ping times no matter what. Then at the end of a digital eon, Steve Jobs will have been defeated and locked away in a routing loop for all eternity, and we will reclaim the earth with a new version of Windows and various smart-phones.

TockTockTock 03-21-2011 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Freebase Dali (Post 1021896)
If I were a cyborg, I'd believe in a great uploading when I died, to a wonderful server in the sky with unlimited bandwidth and processing power, where my mind was also free to travel wirelessly via cosmic frequencies beyond the visible light spectrum that put 2.4GHZ transmissions to shame. There would be other servers, hosting FPS games with absolutely no lag and outstanding ping times no matter what. Then at the end of a digital eon, Steve Jobs will have been defeated and locked away in a routing loop for all eternity, and we will reclaim the earth with a new version of Windows and various smart-phones.

This

RVCA 03-21-2011 06:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Freebase Dali (Post 1021896)
If I were a cyborg, I'd believe in a great uploading when I died, to a wonderful server in the sky with unlimited bandwidth and processing power, where my mind was also free to travel wirelessly via cosmic frequencies beyond the visible light spectrum that put 2.4GHZ transmissions to shame. There would be other servers, hosting FPS games with absolutely no lag and outstanding ping times no matter what. Then at the end of a digital eon, Steve Jobs will have been defeated and locked away in a routing loop for all eternity, and we will reclaim the earth with a new version of Windows and various smart-phones.

:clap:

The Virgin 03-22-2011 04:32 AM

i don't give a damn. for as long as they legalized same sex marriage, science can rule the world for all i care.

Ska Lagos Jew Sun Ra 03-22-2011 08:55 AM

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Originally Posted by Freebase Dali (Post 1021896)
we will reclaim the earth with a new version of Windows

A cyborg wouldn't be that dumb.

s_k 03-22-2011 09:09 AM

Windows 7 of 9?

Freebase Dali 03-22-2011 03:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Skaligojurah (Post 1022335)
A cyborg wouldn't be that dumb.

Assuming it was programmed on a Mac platform, it certainly would have been dumbed down.

Ska Lagos Jew Sun Ra 03-22-2011 03:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Freebase Dali (Post 1022464)
Assuming it was programmed on a Mac platform, it certainly would have been dumbed down.

A cyborg wouldn't need the excessive bloat of windows, though. I mean, if you think in binary why do you need a user interface?

The perfect cyborg operating system would theoretically just be a strait assembler compiler connecting to this CPU which would have infinite threads. So, they could directly utilize it with the most efficiency humanly possible.

With that said, Cyborgs are eternal. They have lifespans that are theoretically infinite as long as they can be kept maintained. So, they don't fear, or hope for death.

Freebase Dali 03-22-2011 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Skaligojurah (Post 1022467)
A cyborg wouldn't need the excessive bloat of windows, though. I mean, if you think in binary why do you need a user interface?

The perfect cyborg operating system would theoretically just be a strait assembler compiler connecting to this CPU which would have infinite threads. So, they could directly utilize it with the most efficiency humanly possible.

With that said, Cyborgs are eternal. They have lifespans that are theoretically infinite as long as they can be kept maintained. So, they don't fear, or hope for death.

You ever used Windows Server 2008 Core version? There's no GUI. It's all command line. I'm sure they could integrate something like that into us. It would just be a bitch for memory and storage upgrades! ;)

[MERIT] 03-22-2011 09:41 PM

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Originally Posted by s_k (Post 1022346)
Windows 7 of 9?

Your cleverness is not wasted my friend :yeah:

Nice.


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