Spooky copies

From: Russell Standish <r.standish.domain.name.hidden>
Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2005 15:07:13 +1000

Not spooky. Stathis is using the "Group Reply" feature, which sends a
copy of the reply to whoever sent the original message, plus a copy to
the mailing list. I see this phenomenon all the time with responses to
message I've posted.


On Fri, Jun 17, 2005 at 05:59:39PM -0400, Daddycaylor.domain.name.hidden wrote:
> Stathis wrote:
> > ...Once the difficulty of creating an AI was overcome, it would be a
> trivial matter to copy the program to another machine (or as a separate process on
> the same machine) and give it the same inputs.
> OK this is weird. Every time I get an email from Stathis, I actually get
> two of them exactly alike (to the nearest bit). Will the real Stathis please
> send me an email?
> Tom Caylor

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