"Every scientist worth his salt that I know of has read science fiction."
It would be a shame to be killed if you could just copy your mental self and then record it somewhere at regular intervals. That way, if you were killed, your mental self could just be downloaded into a new body, and you would be as good as new.
However, the problem is that you would be missing the interval of time that extends from your last backup to the point where you were killed. You might want to know what happened in that interval; Lauren Bancroft certainly does.
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'You'd need a space suit to make any kind of a successful trip outdoors.'
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'Continuous pseudo-one dimensional diamond crystal.'
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'A mimetic poly-alloy.'
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'The mechanism was to consist of eighteen segments, each equiped with a pair of legs...'
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'Well, isn't that quaint!'
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Automating lip reading.
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