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Tom3 comments on The Affect Heuristic - Less Wrong

37 Post author: Eliezer_Yudkowsky 27 November 2007 07:58AM

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Comment author: Tom3 27 November 2007 12:31:36PM 10 points [-]

Topo, it's a simple unprobabilistic phase inversion topography manifold calculation, I can hardly see how you could fail to understand it.

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Comment author: deadheadtb 20 November 2012 05:39:12AM 0 points [-]

He's replying to the person above him... Probably didn't realize he could directly reply to it with the REPLY button

Comment author: Nornagest 20 November 2012 05:55:13AM 8 points [-]

A lot of the older comments are ported from Overcoming Bias, which doesn't have LW's thread structure. So if you see posts from 2008 or earlier that look poorly threaded, that's probably what caused it.

Comment author: DJRRYAN 04 August 2013 03:37:07AM 0 points [-]

If a flux capacitor with the proper dynamic range is used the phase inversion topography can be expanded. Fairly obvious but I just thought I'd add to the interesting dialogue.