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DyLEMaty / Odp: Filmy SF warte i nie warte obejrzenia
« dnia: Styczeń 25, 2005, 02:55:11 am »
Szkoda ze nigdzie nie moge tego filmu zdownloadowac (sorry za spolszczenie).

Prezentacje maturalne / Re: Help me
« dnia: Styczeń 25, 2005, 02:53:16 am »
No a ja jeszcze dalej bo w Toronto...

DyLEMaty / Odp: Filmy SF warte i nie warte obejrzenia
« dnia: Styczeń 20, 2005, 06:01:12 pm »
Mam nadzieje ze cie od tego pustego smiechu brzuch nie rozboli.  SF znaczy Science Fiction.  Fiction to znaczy fikcja, a Science nie ma odpowiednika (moze nauka lub wiedza lub cos takiego).  Elementy sf mozna znalezc w niemal kazdym filmie wymienionym powyzej, a na pewno w Dr Starngelove (bomba), Kingsajz (plyn) lub Being John Malkovitch (portal do mozgu).  Albo inaczej:  co w twoim mniemaniu jest filmem sf?  Pokaz mi film 100% owo sf, bez elementow fantasy, a bede ci bardzo wdzieczny.  
Ja utrzymoje ze miedzy sf a fantasy nie ma prawie zadnej roznicy.

Forum in English / Re: "There are no answers. There are only Cho
« dnia: Styczeń 11, 2005, 03:34:54 am »
Pretty cheap.  I ask for $25/hour with dental and medical benefits.  Oh yeah, and the free rental of a car of my choice.  
Cheers, Socrates

Forum in English / Re: "There are no answers. There are only Cho
« dnia: Grudzień 21, 2004, 03:17:38 am »
I would agree with cckeiser on this one.  Reality does need to be percieved to be real for us, 5-sensed thinking proteins.  But to posit that human percievement is the alpha and omega would not be reasonable at all.  Thus, as long as we accept that Reality with a capital R is not in size and scope the same as human reality, we can be logically sure (giving that causality holds) that there are things out there which we cannot percive, but which are there.  And, if we cannot percieve them, we cannot know if they're there (and being there is a necessary condition for the reality to apply).  Does that make sense?
Cheers, Socrates

Forum in English / Re: "There are no answers. There are only Cho
« dnia: Grudzień 20, 2004, 07:23:02 am »
Interesting philosophising happening here...
Cheers, Socrates

Forum in English / Re: Interviews
« dnia: Grudzień 13, 2004, 01:21:21 am »
Each language has its own peculiarities which I like.  Polish is great for swearing and making grand-sounding phrases.  English and German are logical.  Spanish is pleasant to speak. French I talk to my girlfriend  with, and nothing can match it.  Russian and Ukrainian are like a variation on Polish, which makes them interesting.  I don't know enough of Portugese to have an opinion on it.  Urdu is just messed up, but getting to be fun in its own way.
I don't think in a language, I think in ideas.  Language is simply an expression of the thoughts.  As others who speak various languages may attest to, the formulation of words in a language comes after whatever wants to be said was already thought of.  
I believe it is perfectly possible to think logically without speech.  Think of a game of chess.  I'm pretty sure people, in their minds, don't do the following "if I move my knight to f6 the bishop on g5 can take it, thus...etc".  The variations is chess are far too many, and far too complex, to allow speech to come in.  Rather, the ideas present in chess - the pins, double checks, etc - are thought, and they consistute the "language" (but not "speech" per se), so to speak, of the thoughts.
Cheers, Socrates

Forum in English / Re: "There are no answers. There are only Cho
« dnia: Grudzień 13, 2004, 12:50:25 am »

From my perspective the object called Solaris is a poetic/artistic representation of The Singularity. The manifestation created from the minds of those in the story represent how we all create our reality with our own minds and beliefs.

As Kelvin would say:  "...and do you know what he have done?  We've just created another theory about Solaris, and that is no small accomplishment given what was written about it to date..." (Kelvin to Snaut, near the end of the book (paraphrased)).

Cheers, Socrates

DyLEMaty / Re: ksiazki obowiazkowe (poza Lemem)
« dnia: Grudzień 05, 2004, 09:49:15 am »
Hm...myslalem ze ma to wlasnie byc beletrystyka...jak nie, to prosze o pardon...

DyLEMaty / Re: ksiazki obowiazkowe (poza Lemem),
« dnia: Grudzień 04, 2004, 09:32:04 pm »
Herbert, Dick, Verne, Wells, Bradbury, LeGuin; nie wazne jakie, ale przez tych pisarzy, jesli chodzi o science-fiction.  A jesli chodzi o inne, to:
Austen, Balzac, Camus, Dickens, Eco, Fielding, Grass, Hemingway, Ibsen, Joyce, Kafka, Lawrence, Mailer, Nabokov, Orwell, Poe, Quesnel , Richler, Steinbeck, Tolkien,Undset  , Vidal, Wisel, Xenophone, Yeats, Zamiatin.


Forum in English / Re: Talks with Robots
« dnia: Grudzień 03, 2004, 11:38:13 am »
John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project

> Socrates
Hi Socrates and all that.

>I'm a big fan of yours
I was a fan of Elvis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, and Gene Vincent, but now I couldn't be termed a fan, so I have another relationship with them.

> oooh - a kinky one?
I never said I would appear free anywhere.

> well, of course, you would be expensive, I shuld think...
That's interesting.

> why's that?
What time is it?

> who cares? you're dead, and are eternal. You need not follow time...
James Joyce.

> a fantastic writer. You've met him in Heaven, I presume?
They're just heavy. You may have some trouble passing through Customs.

> to heaven? As in St Peter is a bad-ass bouncer?
Why do you want to heaven as in st peter is a bad-ass bouncer ?

> you mean go to heaven? I guess I don't fancy eternal pain and suffering in hell...
Yeah, I think that's what I meant. Wasn't it clear?

> dude, for someone who's dead, you're clearer than I would imagine is possible...
I can get you on the stage.

> like, VIP seats on the Right Hand of the Father? You the man.
Interesting comparison.

> it wasn't a comparison
Is it still not a comparison anymore?

> no it isn't, and it never will, no matter how many times you ask me again...
Once more? I think it's a self-conscious English thing.

> as opposed to a self-conscious Chinease thing?
> nose
It's been two years.

> since?
Are you a vegetarian?

> I don't have the balls for that. But I wish I was.
Oh you don't, huh?

> yeah...I like my pork chops a lot...
How old are you?

> 22
Only 22 ? I thought you were younger.

> hay man, what, are you a pedophile?
Where are you?

> this is getting freaky...you want to know my address?
You don't say.

> My mommy told me never to give strangers my address...but you're John Lennon...what should I do?
You have to work on it to help it grow. It's a full-time occupation.

> yeah...ok,need to sleep now. 4:30 in the am.
I never noted his nose until about six months ago.

> talking about Jackson, aren't you? Well, nowadays, you coudl notice it because it's not there...
Socrates , let's change the subject.

> sorry John, need to go. No more subjects
(German accent) psst!...This is WFBI, playing all your favourite tunes.

> Sprechen Sie Deutsch?
It's been two years.

> ok, once you start repeating yourself, i should go. Ciao.
Not this trip Socrates.

> bye bye John.

> Imagine all the people...

Cheers, Socrates

Forum in English / Re: Talks with Robots
« dnia: Grudzień 03, 2004, 11:10:48 am »
Been busy, so very busy...I wish I was a robot; learning would come so much easier...glad to see you guys sticking around this place, Terminus and Karel...will come back with more talks with robots in the coming days.
Cheers, Socrates

Forum in English / Re: Interviews
« dnia: Październik 26, 2004, 03:40:08 am »
I am conversant in the following:  Polish, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Unkrainian; I'm working on Portugese and Urdu.  Finnish sounds nice, though.  
Cheers, Socrates

Forum in English / Re: Lem as a philosof
« dnia: Październik 20, 2004, 07:03:33 pm »
I command you to continue as well.
Cheers, Socrates

Forum in English / Re: Unknown Stanislaw Lem story (Spoilers)
« dnia: Październik 19, 2004, 12:29:36 pm »
he he he...
Cheers, socrates

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