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GPT-3 is public
« on: November 18, 2021, 11:23:02 pm »
https://openai.com/blog/api-no-waitlist/

i think codex is not available, and neither is dalle and jukebox even on yet BTW I think.

BUT I TRIED GPT 3 eeeeeeeeee weeeeeeeeeee and i just click the button and it added more text and more and more and more and was FAST OMG and got this thing:


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Cryonics still has some problems, ice crystals form which cause damage and the chemicals to stop that also are toxic to cells. What should we do to make cryonics work better for life extension of the human brain? Here is how:

Improve the freezing process

In order to have a successful freezing process, we need to decrease ice crystal size. If we can decrease ice crystal size, we can decrease the amount of damage.

Cryopreservation process

The cryopreservation process can be simplified. We need to have a way of quickly cooling the brain without ice crystal formation. The current method of cryopreservation is very slow, there are many steps, and each step introduces the possibility of ice crystal formation.

The brain is very difficult to cool and thus we need a way to quickly cool it and stabilize the temperature. This is a problem. If we can do this we can have a much better chance of success.

The current process is as follows:

Agitation

The brain is taken out of the body and infused with a fixative. This fixative is a chemical that inhibits ice crystal formation. This is a problem, because this step introduces the potential for ice crystal formation.

The brain is then agitated to try to remove as much of the fixative as possible, while not damaging the brain. This is a problem because agitation introduces the potential for ice crystal formation.

Ice removal

The brain is then frozen with the fixative. This process is slow and introduces the possibility of ice crystal formation. The brain is then frozen with dry ice. This is a very slow process and the brain is constantly being warmed, introducing the possibility of ice crystal formation.

A new process

To solve this problem, we need a way to quickly cool the brain. We need a way to introduce a solid material that will take a very long time to melt. We need to cool the brain so quickly that it does not have time to form ice crystals. We also need a substance that will not cause any damage to the cells.

There are some very good materials that would work well for this. One of the best substances that I have found is glacial acetic acid. This is an acid that is very slow in melting. If we freeze the brain in this substance, the brain would only take about 20 minutes to freeze. This would eliminate ice crystal formation. It would mean that the brain would be damaged very little or not at all. It would mean that the brain would be in a very good condition to be revived.

The process would be as follows:

Microsurgical removal

The brain is microsurgically removed from the body. This process is not perfect and it is possible that some brain cells could be damaged.

Fixation

The brain is infused with the glacial acetic acid. This process is very fast and there is no possibility of ice crystal formation.

Cooling

The brain is cooled to a temperature just above the freezing point. For this process, we need to cool the brain very quickly, in order to prevent ice crystal formation. The brain is then cooled to -20C. This process takes about 20 minutes to complete.

Cryopreservation

The brain is frozen. The cooling process is very fast, so there is very little time for ice crystal formation. The brain is frozen with dry ice. This process is very slow, so there is time to melt any ice crystals that may be formed.

The brain is then frozen in liquid nitrogen.

This process is much better than the current process. It can reduce ice crystal formation and it can reduce the damage to the brain cells.

This process would work better than the current process and it would decrease the damage to the brain.

This process would be much better than the current process and would decrease the damage to the brain.

The future



Cryonics needs to be changed. It needs to be improved. Even if we do not succeed in restoring the brain, we would still be able to extend the lives of people and their families. This would give them more time to spend with the person that they loved. It would be a very sad thing that we could not restore the brain, but we can still extend life for many people.

If we can improve cryonics, we would be able to extend life for many people. This would be very important for the future of humanity.



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2nd result:

Cryonics still has some problems, ice crystals form which cause damage and the chemicals to stop that also are toxic to cells. What should we do to make cryonics work better for life extension of the human brain? Here is how:

1. Alcor's method of perfusing the brain with cryoprotectant chemicals is a good start. It is basically a freeze-drying method. However, it would be better to perfuse the brain with liquid nitrogen at a low temperature before freezing. This would prevent ice crystal formation and stop further damage. This procedure is called vitrification and is used to cure cancer and other diseases and to preserve and transplant organs. (See the article on cancer research in the September-October 2002 issue of this newsletter).

2. The perfusion fluid should be two-phase liquid nitrogen and liquid nitrogen should be used to replace the water in the cells in a gradual manner. This is called vitrification in cryobiology and it is a way of preventing ice crystal formation in tissue. The cells are frozen with a very high concentration of cryoprotectant in the outside of the cell and a high concentration of cryoprotectant in the inside of the cell. This causes the cell to freeze in a glassy state without ice crystal formation. It takes a long time to pump into the cell, but is better than freezing. This is the only way to prevent damage from ice crystal formation.

3. The preservation solution should be a simple solution of a few chemicals, not a cocktail of a dozen different chemicals. This would make the freezing and thawing easier and reduce the chance of toxicity. It would also allow for a whole body transplant into a new body after a few hundred years. The use of a few chemicals that are easily replaced by the body is called a Biostasis procedure and is used to preserve organs for transplant. (See the article on organ transplants in the September-October 2003 issue of this newsletter).

4. The patient should be placed in a large thermos bottle, not a small cryostat. This would give the brain a better chance of not being damaged from ice crystals. In addition, the body should be placed in a thermos bottle filled with liquid nitrogen, not just the head.

5. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the cryoprotectant chemical solution and a backup of the body. This would allow the cryonics organization to continue cryopreserving people even if there was a major earthquake or other catastrophe.

6. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the patient's brain. This would allow the brain to be thawed and transplanted into a new body in the future.

7. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the DNA of the patient. This would allow the DNA to be cloned and the cloned person to be brought back to life in the future.

8. The cryonics organization should establish a set of procedures and a set of rules and regulations for cryonics that are clear and precise. This would avoid problems with insurance companies, government, and lawsuits.

9. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the DNA of the patient's children. This would allow for the DNA to be cloned and the cloned children to be brought back to life in the future.

10. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the DNA of the patient's grandparents. This would allow for the DNA to be cloned and the cloned grandparents to be brought back to life in the future.

11. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the DNA of the patient's great-grandparents. This would allow for the DNA to be cloned and the cloned great-grandparents to be brought back to life in the future.

12. If the cryonics organization is in the United States it should have a backup of the DNA of the patient's ancestors back to the days of the Pilgrims. This would allow for the DNA to be cloned and the cloned ancestors to be brought back to life in the future.

13. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the DNA of the patient's relatives. This would allow for the DNA to be cloned and the cloned relatives to be brought back to life in the future.

14. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the DNA of the patient's pet. This would allow for the DNA to be cloned and the cloned pet to be brought back to life in the future.

15. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the DNA of the patient's brain. This would allow for the DNA to be cloned and the cloned brain to be brought back to life in the future.

16. The cryonics organization should have a backup of the DNA of the patient's memories.
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Re: GPT-3 is public
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2021, 11:30:28 pm »
I swear that thing has god telling it what to write.

 


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