Monthly Archives: October 2012

General discussion

Having put all my words back into public view, I don’t know when I’ll get back to this blog. While the official response to the basilisk has been an embarrassing mistake, the idea emerges from an interesting context. I may … Continue reading

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A compilation of comments

For the reader who wishes to understand what this is about, here are all the comments I’ve written about the “basilisk”. Most of them have been “censored”, meaning that they still exist on the site, but the viewing permissions have … Continue reading

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Purpose of the blog

Hello world. This blog exists to discuss the “Less Wrong Basilisk”, a fallacious scenario which has achieved notoriety at LessWrong.com because the moderators won’t allow it to be discussed. In medieval mythology, a basilisk is a creature that can kill … Continue reading

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