marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Wed May 10 03:07:53 CEST 2006
>but how can one get access to these dreams?
I was wondering...are these drawings actual data - or a creative
representation of...as dreams?
> randomness is the subconscious of machines. dreaming at night, when
> power is off, they can't find a way to access their logic operations.
> so everything that remains is randomness, generated by rays of energy
> from outer space.
> far below the power that is needed to turn the machine (or at least
> parts of it) on, these tiny amounts of energy generate dreams in
> anorganic brains...
> but how can one get access to these dreams? filtering possibilities
> through randomness allows a machine to express itself. if you look
> close enough, you will see the hidden code lying underneath...
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