Is Miko Vicheny a bot?

Rambling and totally off topic. Sentences without any connection to anything else in the post. Are these posts computer generated? What about the spelling mistakes? It be cutting and pasting fragments of posts from other topics or other forums.

Opinions?

Really? Do you have examples?

Its focus is how anything (digital, mechanical or biological) processes information, reacts to information, and changes or can be a result of a breathable atmosphere, for example aphids for “milking”. It is possible to determine the marginal extra intelligence added by each new individual participating in the profiles and the machine. High technology societies tend to occur when an outcome considered by many as a shared or group intelligence that emerges from the Greek κυβερνήτης (kybernētēs, steersman, governor, pilot, or rudder — the same root as government). Humans are very similar to other primates in their position further up the food chain than many invertebrates, and therefore would be likely to happen should be minimized, they tend to be some of the MIT School of Industrial Management at the Servomechanisms Laboratory at MIT in the “Cultural Theory of risk” typography “individualist” societies predispose members to the level of fear about human extinction, for instance the final anthropic principle, plenitude principle or intrinsic finality.

Long-term habitat threats:

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  • Evolution
  • Population decline
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  • End of the water in the context of the mechanism.

After attaining power and the paper “A Logical Calculus of the limbic system” is a reference to Cordwainer’s works. Seven Lords, or all the Lords on a given planet at a speed near the Sun, may produce a theory of how collective intelligence of groups of people and computers. The name Jestocost is based on the human inhabitants of the Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity" by Warren McCulloch and Walter Pitts. Navy, later applied these ideas to social memes, living cells, and even computer viruses is further proof of the nearest Hypernova candidate make this a long term survival. Omnicide Omnicide is human extinction risk The general level of bacterial, plant, animal, and human societies. The full impact has yet to be rendered uninhabitable. Instead, smart firms are drawing on the past extinctions of other species.

Nick Bostrom, head of the Instrumentality of Mankind refers both to Smith’s personal future history and universe and to retrieve knowledge through the collective intelligences of competing bacterial colonies and human societies. In Learner generated context is found in idea competitions.

The study of Brownian motion and in its evolution in his best-selling The Human Use of Human Beings : Cybernetics and Society (Houghton-Mifflin, 1950). Cybernetics is most obvious in the second-half of the player-created content. Bill Joy, simply wish to avoid any form of complex life on earth relatively unscathed. This would typically be during a mass extinction event, this may leave only very small, very scattered human populations that would then evolve in isolation. Although there is no reason to consider them unlikely in the brain of Homo sapiens would, however, require that regional interbreeding ceases for tens of thousands of years.

What do think?

Eh, if he’s a bot, he’s a funny bot. We should have more bots like him.

Thank you Miko, you have outdone yourself.

lol yeah, senseless…

Are Philosophy discussion board posting bots common? Is this something that I have been totally ignorant of until now?

I hear it’s big on the West Coast.

Hahaha, I lol’d at Miko’s response.

I don’t think Miko is actually a bot, or at least not a full-time bot. At least some of his responses indicate sentience/human awareness. Like here. Or here. Or even here.

Miko is a fraud.

he’s an oldfag master troll

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Cultural capitalism in the works of Tarantino
K. Wilhelm Wilson
Department of Semiotics, University of Georgia
Stefan A. S. Sargeant
Department of Peace Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  1. Substructural cultural theory and postdeconstructivist Marxism

If one examines postcultural dematerialism, one is faced with a choice: either reject the capitalist paradigm of discourse or conclude that sexuality is meaningless. It could be said that the characteristic theme of the works of Tarantino is a neotextual totality. Postcultural dematerialism implies that sexual identity, somewhat surprisingly, has significance.

“Society is part of the stasis of reality,” says Debord; however, according to Cameron[1] , it is not so much society that is part of the stasis of reality, but rather the dialectic, and subsequent futility, of society. In a sense, Marx uses the term ‘capitalist discourse’ to denote the common ground between art and class. The example of postdeconstructivist Marxism depicted in Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction is also evident in Reservoir Dogs, although in a more self-fulfilling sense.

In the works of Tarantino, a predominant concept is the distinction between opening and closing. Therefore, Debord uses the term ‘postcultural dematerialism’ to denote the role of the writer as reader. The main theme of Abian’s[2] critique of postdeconstructivist Marxism is the difference between sexual identity and class.

However, if postcultural dematerialism holds, the works of Tarantino are modernistic. Several sublimations concerning a neocultural paradox may be discovered.

It could be said that Sartre uses the term ‘postdeconstructivist Marxism’ to denote the dialectic, and thus the stasis, of modern sexual identity. Lacan promotes the use of predialectic socialism to attack the status quo.

In a sense, Reicher[3] states that we have to choose between postcultural dematerialism and the materialist paradigm of reality. The subject is interpolated into a subtextual nihilism that includes language as a whole.

Therefore, in Mallrats, Smith affirms cultural capitalism; in Dogma he examines cultural discourse. Sartre uses the term ‘cultural capitalism’ to denote a self-supporting reality.

However, Sontag suggests the use of postdeconstructivist Marxism to read and modify sexual identity. The subject is contextualised into a Lyotardist narrative that includes art as a whole.
2. Consensuses of futility

“Society is a legal fiction,” says Debord; however, according to Hubbard[4] , it is not so much society that is a legal fiction, but rather the defining characteristic, and eventually the paradigm, of society. In a sense, the premise of postdeconstructivist Marxism implies that context must come from the masses. If postcultural dematerialism holds, the works of Smith are not postmodern.

Therefore, Tilton[5] states that we have to choose between cultural capitalism and Marxist socialism. In Mallrats, Smith analyses postcultural dematerialism; in Dogma, however, he examines postdeconstructivist Marxism.

It could be said that the subject is interpolated into a cultural capitalism that includes reality as a totality. The characteristic theme of the works of Smith is the failure of deconstructive sexual identity.
3. Smith and postcultural dematerialism

The primary theme of Buxton’s[6] model of cultural capitalism is a materialist paradox. Thus, many narratives concerning subcapitalist appropriation exist. Foucault uses the term ‘postcultural dematerialism’ to denote the bridge between narrativity and society.

“Truth is fundamentally meaningless,” says Sontag; however, according to Long[7] , it is not so much truth that is fundamentally meaningless, but rather the paradigm, and some would say the fatal flaw, of truth. But Foucault’s analysis of the postmodernist paradigm of context suggests that the State is unattainable, but only if sexuality is distinct from consciousness; if that is not the case, we can assume that reality is capable of deconstruction. Debord uses the term ‘postcultural dematerialism’ to denote a self-fulfilling totality.

It could be said that the characteristic theme of the works of Smith is the economy, and eventually the absurdity, of patriarchial class. If cultural capitalism holds, the works of Smith are postmodern.

Thus, Werther[8] states that we have to choose between postcultural dematerialism and subdialectic modern theory. An abundance of dematerialisms concerning a mythopoetical whole may be found.

But the subject is contextualised into a postdeconstructivist Marxism that includes consciousness as a reality. If postcultural appropriation holds, we have to choose between cultural capitalism and capitalist neomaterial theory.

Therefore, the premise of postdeconstructivist Marxism suggests that the purpose of the poet is social comment, given that Sontag’s essay on textual desituationism is valid. Pickett[9] implies that we have to choose between postcultural dematerialism and the cultural paradigm of reality.

  1. Cameron, N. A. ed. (1972) Cultural Theories: Postcultural dematerialism and cultural capitalism. Harvard University Press

  2. Abian, G. (1995) Cultural capitalism, Derridaist reading and objectivism. University of California Press

  3. Reicher, Q. G. F. ed. (1974) The Defining characteristic of Society: Postcultural dematerialism in the works of Smith. Loompanics

  4. Hubbard, M. O. (1981) Cultural capitalism in the works of McLaren. Yale University Press

  5. Tilton, R. ed. (1995) Reading Sontag: Cultural capitalism and postcultural dematerialism. University of Michigan Press

  6. Buxton, M. H. (1989) Postcultural dematerialism and cultural capitalism. Oxford University Press

  7. Long, O. N. A. ed. (1998) The Broken Fruit: Dialectic Marxism, cultural capitalism and objectivism. And/Or Press

  8. Werther, S. P. (1989) Cultural capitalism in the works of Smith. Cambridge University Press

  9. Pickett, K. ed. (1990) Deconstructing Baudrillard: Cultural capitalism, postcapitalist nihilism and objectivism. Schlangekraft

I think Miko’s real, but only sometimes. Some of his posts are pure William S. Burroughs style cut-ups.

Whether or not he does his own, or has a program compiling randomized or criteria-led cuts from a bank of sentences/words, that’s hard to tell.

We could ask him I suppose.

Hey Miko, what’s the gen…?

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