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"For a Classic Utilitarian, one of the most likely forms of Utilitronium is computronium that is being used to simulate minds experiencing the highest form of pleasure possible for a mind to experience."
 
"For a Classic Utilitarian, one of the most likely forms of Utilitronium is computronium that is being used to simulate minds experiencing the highest form of pleasure possible for a mind to experience."
 
:"classic utilitarian"? Sounds like hedonistic orgasmium. But more importantly, citation needed - original claims shouldn't go to the wiki.  
 
:"classic utilitarian"? Sounds like hedonistic orgasmium. But more importantly, citation needed - original claims shouldn't go to the wiki.  
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::You're right.  I should have noticed that.  For now I just deleted that sentence.  Also, the articles "hedonium" and "orgasmium" redirect to this page. --[[User:PeerInfinity|PeerInfinity]] 02:57, 9 June 2010 (UTC)
  
 
:Also, please don't leave clutter in the articles - even if an article is a stub, it should be a "release" version. If there is a comment to be made on an article, it can be made on the discussion page. --[[User:Vladimir Nesov|Vladimir Nesov]] 19:06, 8 June 2010 (UTC)
 
:Also, please don't leave clutter in the articles - even if an article is a stub, it should be a "release" version. If there is a comment to be made on an article, it can be made on the discussion page. --[[User:Vladimir Nesov|Vladimir Nesov]] 19:06, 8 June 2010 (UTC)
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::ok, I'll remove the clutter. --[[User:PeerInfinity|PeerInfinity]] 02:57, 9 June 2010 (UTC)

Latest revision as of 12:57, 9 June 2010

"For a Classic Utilitarian, one of the most likely forms of Utilitronium is computronium that is being used to simulate minds experiencing the highest form of pleasure possible for a mind to experience."

"classic utilitarian"? Sounds like hedonistic orgasmium. But more importantly, citation needed - original claims shouldn't go to the wiki.
You're right. I should have noticed that. For now I just deleted that sentence. Also, the articles "hedonium" and "orgasmium" redirect to this page. --PeerInfinity 02:57, 9 June 2010 (UTC)
Also, please don't leave clutter in the articles - even if an article is a stub, it should be a "release" version. If there is a comment to be made on an article, it can be made on the discussion page. --Vladimir Nesov 19:06, 8 June 2010 (UTC)
ok, I'll remove the clutter. --PeerInfinity 02:57, 9 June 2010 (UTC)