If You Were to Play the Stock Market based on ID, What Would You Pick?
|August 5, 2012||Posted by johnnyb under Intelligent Design|
ID researcher Eric Holloway has posted an interesting question – if ID is true, how would that affect how you judge companies in the stock market? That is, which companies are basing their futures on things that ID would consider to be bad ideas vs ones that ID would consider to be good ideas?
Eric gives some examples of things which would be bad investments:
- Companies whose futures are based on the assumption that Strong AI is possible
- Companies whose futures are predicated on the manipulation of biological form solely through DNA
Then Eric gives an example of a good investment:
- Companies who make use of the distinction between human and artificial intelligences to maximize each one
Anyway, I’m curious – do you all have a similar list of company types that would / would not be successful if ID were true? Obviously, any company can change its direction in response to reality, but we could at least know who is heading in the right direction.