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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • All of them.


    The feasibility of that aside, I think you need to ask yourself how precisely you want to model human knowledge -- say, getting 99% of it versus 99.9999%.


    My own estimate would be that you'd need about 100,000 in order to have something that would be indistinguishable (by humans, anyway) from the whole of human knowledge to humans...but I'm no expert.

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