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all decisions you make,depend on the information you are in posession of at the time of the decisive act,the internet has and is expanding exponentialy.i would recommend a book by james glieck called "what just happened" or "faster" by the same author.
terence mckenna would be another good source of info on singularity related subjects
the difference between a madman and a genius is thus,
a genius uses his madness constructively,whereas a madman will use his genius destructively,intention being the defining factor.
david tennant as the dr who character uses his madness constructively.the best doctor by far!!then tom baker was good too ,maybe i should start a debate on it!
this attempt is also close but we are missing a defining relativistic factor here!!
A genius IS a successful madman,but success or failure isnt relative to the question
salvador dali was a successful madman therefore a genius without doubt,what makes him a genius but hitler a failed madman?
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!