Comments on Neurological Engineering - Creating Silicon Substrates For Brain Replacement
"They all seemed to have carbon sockets planted behind the left ear..."- William Gibson, 1984. (Read
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|"The problem of what to do with the neural implications of longer life was mentioned by Robert Heinlein in his 1941 novel Methuselah's Children (I believe) as well as in Alfred Bester's 1974 novel The Computer Connection. In both cases, unique individuals were living for a much longer time (i.e. centuries)."
(Bill Christensen 3/12/2013 4:55:48 AM)
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