The wonderful world of Wikipedia

Hi all, I'm back from a trip around England, and I'll share the pictures of that whenever I have the chance. I will go on a trip again next week so I'm kind of rushed for time at the moment. Obviously the best thing to do when you have urgent things you need to finish is to procrastinate, so I spent half of my afternoon on a Wikipedia quest, and the other half on trying to extract all the pages I've visited from my Chrome history so I could share it on my blog.

Anyway, what started out as a quick peek at the world's greatest android  projects (robotic, not Google) lead me to a discover all kinds of interesting wiki pages that I just couldn't leave alone. I wanted to present them in a graph with the dot tool but realized that I already wasted more than enough time on this already.. Anyway, here's a list of links that you might find interesting.

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Noclip mode - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Noclip mode - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Observer's paradox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hypercomputation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Spock's Brain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Verificationism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Causal theory of reference - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Why People Believe Weird Things: Pseudoscience, Superstition, and Other Confusions of Our Time - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Frank J. Tipler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ross–Littlewood paradox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cardinal number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Uncountable set - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Supertask - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Noumenon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thomson's lamp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Brain in a vat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Simulism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Orbital resonance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Temporal logic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Simulation hypothesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Autolysis (biology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Information-theoretic death - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cryopreservation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

FM-2030 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vacuum flask - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Neurovitrification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Power process - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Self-actualization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Outline of self - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maslow's hierarchy of needs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eugenics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ableism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tokugawa shogunate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Escapism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cyborg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Millenarianism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Superintelligence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Superhuman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anomie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Posthuman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Posthuman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Simulated reality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Digital philosophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Person - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Raëlism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mind uploading - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Humanity+ - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Alcor Life Extension Foundation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Foresight Institute - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Solenoid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Transhumanism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Stelarc - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

God helmet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kevin Warwick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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