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Old March 2 2013, 08:01 PM   #61
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Re: Higgs Boson Mass points to end of our Universe

Christopher wrote: View Post
^Well, the monobloc/'cosmic egg" idea is a few decades out of date. Have you been reading old Asimov F&SF essays?
No, I'm just out of date. Land-line, never bought a cell phone, etc.

'justa zee-rusty retro-technocrat who remembers fictional single stage to anywhere rocketships and room-sized computers.

As it turned out transportation didn't advance like we thought, but ho-hum consumer electronics did.

ugh.

I like the sound of the term monobloc, because when people think singularity, they either think black hole or Kurzweil.
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