Re: virus: emulation

tom.holz (
Wed, 28 May 1997 06:39:23 -0400

At 02:30 PM 5/27/97 -0600, you wrote:
>At 11:36 PM 26/05/97 -0400, tom.holz wrote:
>>Uninteligent people who cannot think well, due to a lack of hardware, can
>>try to compensate by thinking in software, which is usually inefficient and
>I can't think of any relevant differences between hardware and software
>given that one can be perfectly emulated by the other. What's the difference
>from your perspective?

I think Dave pointed me in the right direction--towards "Conciousness
Explained" where hardware is parallel, and thought occurs serially.