Message from discussion design a city oriented to
From: John McCarthy <j...@Steam.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Re: design a city oriented to
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af...@freenet.hamilton.on.ca (Scott Nudds) writes:
> John McCarthy (j...@Steam.Stanford.EDU) wrote:
> : No-one advocating public transport would think of it smelling bad.
> McCarthy is correct. His 200,000 nuclear reactor <paradise> is
> unworkable for this reason as well.
That there would be bugs was inevitable. That they would be bearable
and preferable to no transport was likely, and so it turned out.
The same is the case for very large scale use of nuclear power.
John McCarthy, Computer Science Department, Stanford, CA 94305
He who refuses to do arithmetic is doomed to talk nonsense.