(urth) Agilus and Agia

Gerry Quinn gerry at bindweed.com
Mon May 6 09:16:45 PDT 2013

From: David Stockhoff

> I agree. Learning to do it on an industrial scale is a different matter, 
> but in the 1980s cloning was always seen as inevitable, just like tiny 
> digital computers with massive storage were. We just didn't know who would 
> accomplish it or how.

Of course Wolfe was cautious with regard to digital computers in 5HOC.  Mr. 
Million requires a train of large cabinets to support a core capacity that 
is less than that of a cheap Android tablet.  (His programming is obviously 
more advanced, though.)

- Gerry Quinn

On 5/6/2013 10:14 AM, Gerry Quinn wrote:
> From: Sergei SOLOVIEV
>> And don't forget that cloning is progressing very quickly. What was known 
>> when the books we discuss were written?
> That it would most likely progress quickly? 

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