I consider myself an inventor, entrepreneur, and author.
As order exponentially increases, time exponentially speeds up.
By the 2030s, the nonbiological portion of our intelligence will predominate.
We are beginning to see intimations of this in the implantation of computer devices into the human body.
Supercomputers will achieve one human brain capacity by 2010, and personal computers will do so by about 2020.
We appear to be programmed with the idea that there are 'things' outside of our self, and some are conscious, and some are not.
Death gives meaning to our lives. It gives importance and value to time. Time would become meaningless if there were too much of it.
I'm an inventor. I became interested in long-term trends because an invention has to make sense in the world in which it is finished, not the world in which it is started.
A successful person isn't necessarily better than her less successful peers at solving problems; her pattern-recognition facilities have just learned what problems are worth solving.
Even by common wisdom, there seem to be both people and objects in my dream that are outside myself, but clearly they were created in myself and are part of me, they are mental constructs in my own brain.