The problem I have is I don’t have sufficient memories to do a proper electronic constitution

I’ve been enjoying Erik Hatzenbuehler’s posts and comments for but a short time. I suppose I’d have to make do with a “Best-of Compilation” until the cloning device is finished, programmed with the proper hidden Markov model. I’ve been using Turbo Pascal but I may switch to Erlang for parallelism.

The problem I have is I don’t have sufficient memories to do a proper electronic constitution of Erik Hatzenbuehler’s persona.

I could do one for my grandmother though. That’s the amazing thing about memories. Even without new input, once you know enough about a person, you know what they would say and would do to a decent percentage of accuracy.

Sadly, there’s no scientific way to prove it once someone passes by whatever means as they lack the novel input that you can when you continue to exist, entering new data into your biological systems.

Still, I hope to keep working on developing the proper hidden Markov model of Erik Hatzenbuehler which would likely require a longer time span of novel inputs through normal public Facebook correspondences.

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