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Comment on structured GET requests by Harshad Joshi

Tue, 24 Oct 2006 13:46:53 +0000

Thats a good article. Thanks.

Comment on An Analysis of Intelligence (old note from the thoughtbook) by jackgardener

Mon, 16 Oct 2006 19:45:08 +0000

I'm delighted to hear that this post made any sense! I didn't have time to present the idea in a more readible format, but if I feel the need to I will expound and clarify. I think, to be more convincing, I need to define terms more clearly. For example, what is a Function and how is the process of reproducing related to consciousness / intelligence? For example, the act of planning ahead (for the next day or thereafter) is part of an intelligent Function. If I do not perform the act of planning ahead, there would certainly be a negative impact in my job status (I would lose my clients), and my currently-dominant-Function would not be able to perform (because the Environment of clients and tasks is missing!). Soon after, other non-dominant Functions would reproduce better in the new Environment, and perhaps become the new dominant Function. I hope that in such a scenario, my current-dominant-Function is capable of persisting by virtue of self encouragement and strong moral values. I have a feeling that the bulk of the actual reproduction of the Function occurs during sleep, and the ratio of production of each Function depends on the amount of usage that the function had during consciousness. This would be consistent with many theories, and still consistent with ERF. My posting however was about reproduction that happens during consciousness; that the act of thinking itself is reproduction itself. For example, performing a simple task is such a Function; After I have completed the task, I re-run the Function to perform the next task and so on.

Comment on big bang of ideas by dorai

Sun, 15 Oct 2006 19:40:47 +0000

I think it is a great idea to share ideas. In fact, I first thought of naming my blog IdeaLog and then changed my mind. But I do post ideas in different ways.

Comment on An Analysis of Intelligence (old note from the thoughtbook) by dorai

Sun, 15 Oct 2006 19:38:00 +0000

I certainly did. Thanks for posting. I enjoy thinking too (so there is kinship right there). I think ideas (big and small) result from thinking and ideas trigger other ideas (so there is recursion or chain reaction). The sleep resetting functions is an interesting concept. I thought sleep put functions to sleep (like a dormant process in an operating system) to be woken up later. Or sleeping moves the functions from foreground processing to background processing where the sub-conscious works on it. Well, you gave me a few things to think about.