Singularity Update: April 6, 2009

3 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    There is no shortage of fools who claim the coming of the end of the world. Your blindness to your brethren of old who shouted about end times in the past, only to have it not end, is sad and despicable. What makes you so holy that you are better than those who failed before you to predict the end? You are arrogant, spoiled with hubris, and a shame before God himself.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I truly feel sorry for people who dilute themselves into spending their lives looking for signs of the apocalypse.

    I'm sorry for you.

    Revelations can be twisted in endless ways based on your personal biases, ignorance and insecurities. Here is a pro-tip for you: It means nothing, it's a morality fable.

    Rather than look at this incredible possibility as improving our society and lives (perhaps bring us closer to God?) it is all doom and gloom with you people. I'm willing to bet that you have a limited (at best) understanding of the "Singularity".

    Technology isn't the devil's work as you imply. What makes you so sure that the "Singularity" isn't God's way of giving us the things below:

    – The ability to cure more diseases / cancers?

    – More progress in raising our education standards / quality of living?

    No one knows what the "Singularity" will bring if it ever truly happens (which is why it's called the "Singularity"), don't live your life in fear of the unknown.

  3. Anonymous says:

    It is this kind of garbage that further strengthens my belief that all these "traditional" religions have more than run their course.

    It's not hard to imagine these Bible-quoting fanatics spewing the same old tired warnings a thousand years from now. But I'd like to believe that by then we, as a people, would have outgrown the need for such a primitive perspective.