The end to all language wars and the great unity API to come!

sal migondis salmig99 at
Tue Jul 5 20:14:11 CEST 2011

On Jul 4, 10:31 pm, alex23 <wuwe... at> wrote:
> rantingrick <rantingr... at> wrote:
> > I believe (unlike most people) that nature is striving for perfection
> Your belief is wrong. "Nature" doesn't "strive" for _anything_. Things
> in the world are either fit enough to continue their existence or not.
> As circumstances change, some things that were once suitably fit for
> the environment are no longer so and are replaced. Same with ideas.
> There is no "perfection", there is only "what works best now".

How could a belief be wrong?

> > What do you think will be the eventual outcome of the human existence
> > Alex? Since you have no imagination i will tell you, a singular
> > intelligence.

All from the land of creationism.

> Firstly: cite some kind of evidence that this "will be the eventual
> outcome" or admit you're talking shit.
> Secondly: I can imagine humanity evolving into a great many things and
> something as limited as a 'botnet' is certainly nothing to be proud of
> as a species.
> > It is selflessness on a grand scale.
> I don't really know if you're a troll,

Beats me... I think everybody else does..

> have no self-reflective
> capability, delusionally believe what you're spouting, or are on or
> off medication, but sometimes your hypocrisy is just funny as hell.
> >> Because the people who ACTUALLY WROTE THE LANGUAGES wanted to explore
> >> different implementations.
> > Why can they not explore within the hive mind? Why must they hide
> > their explorations from the greater group. SELFISHNESS
> You mean like how Guido hid the Python code base and never let anyone
> else touch or influence it in any way?
> Rick, you remind me a lot of Bill Hicks yelling, "You are free to do
> as we tell you! YOU ARE FREE TO DO AS WE TELL YOU!!" Using terms like
> "hive mind" kinda shows that I'm wasting my time pushing the value of
> diversity to you.

Now you're taking a troll as an excuse for your own trolling.


> No need to answer that last one, we already know the answer: from the
> very beginning.

In the beginning was a singularity... and Albert Einstein was a chain-


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