Sunday, December 17, 2006


Ray Kurzweil On Death
Take death for example
A great deal of our effort goes into avoiding it
We make extraordinary efforts to delay it
And often consider its intrusion a tragic event
Yet we’d find it hard to live without it
Death gives meaning to our lives
It gives importance and value to time
Time would become meaningless if there were too much of it
If death were indefinately put off
The human psyche would end up
Well like the gambler of the Twilight Zone episode


Anonymous said...

Nice reviews, i didn't mind the audioslave one that much but I do agree that a lot of their stuff is becoming repetitive. They need to branch out more in order to make it bigger. As for Kasabian they are indeed "very nice". Looking forward to the top albums as the rest are ones I dont really care for.


amsterdam528 said...

The Age of Spiritual Machines, by Ray Kurzweil: page 2, paragraph 1. =)