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September 22, 2011
… a simulacra of his dead girlfriend?
Should we go down this route at all? Sci-Fi writers from Isaac Asimov to William Gibson have all struggled with the same question. It’s terrible, freaky and fascinating: exactly the kind of idea that refuses to die. Thoughts anyone? (Remember to think your comments through first: they may just outlive you).
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