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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Universe, Human Immortality and Future Human Evaluation.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||12.3 What Is Alive and What Is Imbued with Reason (Intellect)?|
|Description:||1 online resource (169 pages)|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Universe, Human Immortality and Future Human Evaluation; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; About the Author; I: Universe. Who Are We? Where Are We?; 1 Macro World; 1.1 Universe; 1.2 Stars; 1.2.1 Conventional Stars; 1.3 Exotic Stars; 1.3.1 Neutron Stars; 1.3.2 White Dwarfs; 1.3.3 Quark Star; 1.3.4 Magnetar; 1.3.5 Black Hole; 1.4 Sun; 1.5 Solar Planets; 1.5.1 Jupiter; 1.5.2 Saturn; 1.5.3 Uranus; 1.5.4 Neptune; 1.5.5 Neighborhood; 1.6 Summary; 2 Micro World; 2.1 Matter; 2.2 Atoms, Molecules; 2.3 Nucleus, Protons, Neutrons, Quarks, and Nuclear Forces; 2.4 Degenerate Matter. 2.5 Summary3 Surprising Properties of Our Universe; 3.1 All World (Universe) in Point, All Time (Universe History) in Moment; 3.1.1 Universe into Black Hole; 3.2 Travel into the Future; 3.3 The Law of Existence of the Universe, the Aim of the Universe, and the Purpose of Humanity; 3.4 Summary; 4 What Is God?; 4.1 General Notes: God; 4.2 Existence of God; 5 What Is the Human Soul?; 5.1 General Note: Soul; 5.2 Soul in Religions; 5.3 Summary; 6 What Is "I"? What Are "We"?; 6.1 Individual (Person); 6.2 Intelligence; 6.3 Artificial Intelligence; 6.4 AI as a Person; 6.5 Robots. 6.5.1 Prospective Robotics Timeline6.6 Summary; 7 Human Emotions, Happiness, and Pleasure; 7.1 Emotions; 7.2 Happiness; 7.3 Pleasure; 7.4 Summary; II: Human Immortality and Future Human Evaluation; 8 The Advent of the Non-Biological Civilization; 8.1 The Law of Increasing Complexity; 8.1.1 The Law of Increasing Complexity of Self-Coping Systems; 8.2 The Birth of the Electronic Civilization; 8.3 "So What?"; 8.4 Consequences from the Appearance of the Electronic Civilization; 8.5 What Can We Do?; 8.6 Must We Fear the Electronic Civilization?; 8.7 Electronic Society. 8.8 What Will Happen with Humanity?8.9 Summary; 9 The Beginning of Human Immortality; 9.1 Medical Science and the Issue of Immortality; 9.2 An Unexpected Breakthrough; 9.3 Contemporary Research; 9.4 Intelligence in Space; 9.5 Summary; 10 What are Science, Soul, Paradise, and Artificial Intelligence?; 10.1 Advantages of Electronic Beings; 10.2 The Human Soul; 10.3 Heaven on Earth; 10.4 The Supreme Mind and Mankind's Existence; 10.5 Essential State of Things and Perspectives; 10.6 Hope; 10.7 Summary; 11 Real Breakthrough to Immortality; 11.1 Brief Description of Previous Works by the Author. 11.2 Electronic Immortality, Advantages of Electronic Existence11.3 What Are Men and Intelligent Beings?; 11.4 The Main Problem with Electronic Immortality: Rewriting Brain Information (Soul) to Electronic Chips Is Impossible to Do with Current Technology; 11.5 Modeling of the Soul for a Concrete Person; 11.6 Disadvantages of Biological Men and Biological Society; 11.7 Electronic Society; 11.8 The Lot (Fortune) of Humanity; 11.9 Summary; 12 The Natural Purpose of Humankind Is to Become God; 12.1 Introduction; 12.2 The Law of Purpose.|