Slatestarcodex, Julian Jaymes, The origin of coonsciousness and the breakdown of the bicameral mind
You wanna play another round of "Here, read a thing?" XD
Hmm. So, I've been thinking about broad vs narrow and shallow vs deep thinking - in computational terms, you could posit these as amount of parallel steps to be taken and amount of serial steps to be taken. Does anyone know of any good research on this topic, or the like? I feel like it should exist, but I don;t know where to look. :/
Antimatter Bomb Fallout
All else being equal, I would think you should get significantly less, because the only radioactive isotopes you'd get would be the ones created by the blast, not those from the fuel. :/
Does anyone know where to find, like, videos of logic processors in action? Like, not the physical chips, but say an abstract map of the circuits involved, animated so you can follow the path of the computation as it goes through the thing. I know most modern chips are probably way too complicated to fit a whole map on screen at one time, but surely there's a chip small enough to map this way that could still be interesting? I tried searching, but couldn't find anything. :/
Okay, cool, I fixed it. Still, wtf. -_-
Behold: The Isekai Song.
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