In compiling these links, we've tried to find websites that treat
subjects omitted or discussed briefly on Replicators:
Evolutionary Powerhouses. Watch this space for more link
additions and for new feature articles, which may turn up from time
An Internet portal containing a database of evaluated websites
relating to the natural and life sciences. Part of the BIOME Project, a group of
quality portals designed to cover life science, health, and
Billion - The Game of the New Millennium
A wide-ranging site produced by David Coutts. Originally created to
provide background information to Coutts' board game 6
BillionTM, the site has
grown into a large storehouse of information on exponential growth
and Malthus' Principle of Population.
The online version of the book Engines of Creation by K.
Eric Drexler, a recognized expert in the field of nanotechnology. A
fascinating look into the replicative potential of minute robots
created through nanotechnology.
the Future: The Nanotechnology Revolution
Another book about nanotechnology, authored by K. Eric Drexler,
Chris Peterson, and Gayle Pergamit.
An interesting article by Robert Bradbury on the possibility of
building megascale computing centers using stars as power sources.
Somewhat technical, and very long.
Some Limits to
Global Ecophagy by Biovorous Nanoreplicators, with Public Policy
A very technical article on the replicative possibilities of
nanotechnology, written by Robert Freitas. Interesting, but not for
and Philosophy: A Revolution in Philosophy
A philosophically advanced site written and compiled by Kent Van
Cleave. Most of the ideas here are similar to those presented on
Replicators, but these articles go into considerably more
detail and are more philosophically sophisticated.
The Temple of
A website containing several interactive demonstrations of early
artificial life and evolution. A good place to begin if you are
looking for demonstrations of algorithms that mimic biological
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