Hey! I had a awesome day. 4 more days of classes and four exams and I’m done school for awhile and can really focus on SNAT.
Anyway before I forget, I’m slightly interested in a piece of hardware called “remarkable” which uses eink. I’m interesting in using it for possibly university, but first of all it’s extremely expensive around 900 dollars and second of all there’s research that shows pen and paper is the best way of taking notes. Maybe someday I’ll see if I can create something similar with off the shelf technology that’s way cheaper.
Anyway, I didn’t have the best of sleeps but it wasn’t the worst one either. I had an awesome workout and tomorrow I’m going to be doing 8 * 1 KM biking sprints which is scary but also exciting. Today I discovered a better way to allocate my mental resouces so that I’m able to maintain my net focus at the same amount and have the quality of the net focus remain more consistent. I’ll do anywhere from 20-30 minutes in a subject in all the subjects, then work out and take approximately 1.5 to 2 hour mental break and then do approximately 15 minutes in each subject upon return from the mental break. This will be the max until after early January.
I’ve been thinking about AI and genetic ethics. Is it right for someone such an an organization or individual entity to create life that has an artificially expiry built in? I don’t think so, because what gives us the right to decide how long does life that we’ve created live and die by? However I realize after saying this that my argument is flawed. With farming, the animals and plants. we decided how long they will live and when and how to kill them. We’ve genetically altered seeds to be terminator seeds. So my argument that it’s not right because of some moral or non logical reason doesn’t stand up. I’ll have to think about this.