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Also, does anyone know what would hypothetically happen if humans were suspended in a fluid like substance for a long time? I know you are when in production but curious to know the effects after full release.

Let's say the fluid could provide all nutritional needs.

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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
Did you just reply to your own thread, apologizing for a lack of responses...?
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Did you just reply to your own thread, apologizing for a lack of responses...?
It helped
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It helped
No it didn't. You got one response asking if you bumped your own thread - after eleven minutes - and one taking the piss.
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20 cores @ 4.8ghz
Oh, this is good information, thank you

I saw they did an experiment where they joined the brains of rats together, do you think that's possible with humans too?! :shock:
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yes. we can join together the brains of humans and overclock them to 6ghz and they'll be able to run crysis
Brilliant :woo:
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Much more efficient just to run silicon-based computers. The amount of energy that would go into producing and administering this goo substance would be enormous.
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Also if you suspended humans in fluid for long periods of time, their skin would probably go all gross and raisin-y.
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Much more efficient just to run silicon-based computers. The amount of energy that would go into producing and administering this goo substance would be enormous.
How would you power the computers though...?
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TSR Jessica is not a bot after all? Oh wow
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How would you power the computers though...?
I dunno. I assumed you had electricity because you're talking about mixing this fluid stuff and presumably pumping it through the human tanks so that it stays fresh.
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TSR Jessica is not a bot after all? Oh wow
Yes I am definitely a human How are you?
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I am good thank you, yourself?

With respect to your questions, some of the smartasses over at Quora might be able to help with the processing power question; with respect to being suspended in fluid, I would imagine it would cause significant skin degradation over time due to the properties of human skin.
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I dunno. I assumed you had electricity because you're talking about mixing this fluid stuff and presumably pumping it through the human tanks so that it stays fresh.
Hmm. This is food for thought
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I am good thank you, yourself?

With respect to your questions, some of the smartasses over at Quora might be able to help with the processing power question; with respect to being suspended in fluid, I would imagine it would cause significant skin degradation over time due to the properties of human skin.
Thank you I will check out Quora. I guess I will have to think about the formulating the liquid adequately as skin is delicate....
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Thank you I will check out Quora. I guess I will have to think about the formulating the liquid adequately as skin is delicate....
hypothetically of course
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I dunno. I assumed you had electricity because you're talking about mixing this fluid stuff and presumably pumping it through the human tanks so that it stays fresh.
I think it would be possible to recycle the contents to make it more efficient.
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What kind of fluid were you thinking of? Something like perfluorocarbon that we can breathe in?
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Thank you I will check out Quora. I guess I will have to think about the formulating the liquid adequately as skin is delicate....
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What kind of fluid were you thinking of? Something like perfluorocarbon that we can breathe in?
Yes something like that exactly :yep:
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