Comments about ‘U. professor helping scientists see their work in a different way’

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Published: Sunday, Aug. 28 2011 10:56 p.m. MDT

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101Ways
Kearns, UT

This professor is probably right in his assumptions that how to use all information is an impossible task and not an idea meant for human abilities.

It will take the next step in human evolution to turn everyone in to androids with external peripheral plug in sockets to connect the humans to computer programs to transfer and use data through the subconscious mind. Maybe even reprogram the brain to be a non reusable flash drive. Which means remove all means of personal identity of individuals and convert them to good little soldiers.

Learning should be left to a slow methodical curve so we don't go around short circuiting minds. We are in an era of information overload that is turning society in to ones and zeros and the sum is a zero.

On the other hand
Spanish Fork, UT

@101Ways, I think the Flat Earth Society is still accepting new members.

Oh, and the professor whose work is the subject of the article is a she, not a he.

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