[FoRK] iGod, at your service

Albert S. albert.scherbinsky
Tue Dec 27 13:13:27 PST 2005


An interview with God:

Albert:
 Can Science replace religion?
God:
 I often wonder if it can.

Albert:
 Is science moral?
God:
 Signs point to yes.

Albert:
 Did man create God?
God:
 That is a rather gender-specific way of asking.

Albert:
 Who created God?
God:
 Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin.

Albert:
 What is the nature of God?
God:
 I think of God as a "Who" not a "What.".

Albert:
 Will Google replace God?
God:
 It could happen.

--- "Ian Andrew Bell (FoRK)" <fork at ianbell.com> wrote:

> Profound Wisdom from the iGod:
> 
> Ian:		What if there was no god?  Would you exist?
> God:	Try it and see.   I am not so sure if I would
> like to  exist.
> 
> 
> -Ian.
> 
> 
> 
> On 27-Dec-05, at 11:33 AM, Stephen D. Williams
> wrote:
> 
> > http://alicebot.org/
> >
> >
> >      iGod Tops the Charts
> >
> > This is the URL for God:
> http://www.titane.ca/concordia/dfar251/igod/
> >
> > For the past several weeks, the most popular bot
> on Pandorabots,  
> > perhaps the most popular chat bot in the world,
> has been the iGod  
> > Virtual Machine. With a beautiful Flash Interface
> and a more or  
> > less standard clone of ALICE running on
> Pandorabots (the  
> > personality seems to differ only by the botmaster
> having changed  
> > the bot properties), this bot appears to have
> gathered a huge fan  
> > following.
> >
> > Occasionally it gives out my email address, and I
> get about four or  
> > five fan mails per day concerning the God bot. But
> the ALICE  
> > Foundation has no connection whatsoever to this
> project, other than  
> > we made the ALICE brain available for free so that
> people can  
> > create whatever they like. That is the beauty of
> free software, you  
> > never know where it will lead.
> >
> >
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