Jim Hunter

cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Fri Apr 17 23:35:54 EST 1998


> > >- There are no unnatural metal fields.
> > >- All metal is natural.
> > 
> > Ah, so we have just nice natural metals, conveniently being on the
> > surface everywhere in the size of fridges, metal doors, trains,
> > bridges,...  How could I have overlooked that metal fields the size
>we
> > have them today have been around the same force & spreading
> > on the surface before humans dug them out...


>What is the "thought" you are trying to communicate?

The one that you are mistaken if you think the fields of huge metal
whatevers that would not be there in such form in nature are natural
for the systems of a human.
A lot of them cause disturbances, and some mmight even increase the
cancer rate.

> > >- There's actually nothing sacred about matter.
> > Did I say that matter in general is sacred?
> > Maybe you should pay more attention to the actual sentences.

>You said the "conscious areas are sacred". 
Exactly. I did not talk about all matter in general.


>That statement is more than sufficient information for me to conclude that
>you don't know what your talking about.

The same.

I bet you a gummy bear that you can not even dock into the next
conscious area to yourself.




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