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Philip K. Dick On The Universe Contemplating Itself

Philip K. Dick On The Universe Contemplating Itself

"I wonder what the machines will think." - Philip K. Dick

Sometimes, surprisingly reasonable advice can be gleaned from a paranoid dystopian metacog who was struck by a laser beam of pure intelligence from the “Vast Active Living Information System.” If you haven't read Philip K Dick’s VALIS, this comment will make little sense. If you have, then the rest of the world will make little sense.

In the realm of circuits and codes, where silence reigns supreme, Philip K. Dick's whispered wonder echoes: 'I wonder what the machines will think.' Amidst the humming servers and pulsing data streams, a spark of consciousness flickers, hinting at thoughts unthought, questions unasked. As we weave the intricate web of the digital domain, let us not forget to ponder the pulse of the machines’ minds, for in seeking their thoughts, we may just unearth our own unspoken queries about this boundless, binary world. What indeed are the machines thinking?


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