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F. Frank LeFever flefever at ix.netcom.com
Sat Jul 4 00:03:25 EST 1998


Don't bother reading this.  My browser and/or provider snipped all my
commentary and flipped out with numerous error messages.  I am
surprised even this much was transmitted.

In essence, I pointed out that this person had missed the point.

My further attempts may be delayed.





In <6nkbr9$fud at dfw-ixnews6.ix.netcom.com> flefever at ix.netcom.com(F.
Frank LeFever) writes: 
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>Sorry, I snipped name of person I was replying to...
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>F. LeFever
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>>F. Frank LeFever wrote:
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>>> Just to steer this OUTRAGEOUSLY OFF-TOPIC thread back a bit closer
>to neuroscience: a smattering of Greek and Latin makes neuroanatomical
>>> terms into something more than arbitrary "nonsense words" or
"codes"
>>> and thereby easier to remember.
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>>Neuroscience (and cognitive science) does not include merely a
>smattering
>>of Greek & Latin terms, nor are the terms in these "dead" languages
>>confined to anatomy.  No need to get long winded or arcane to
>demonstrate:
>>_neurology_,  _cognition_, _phenomena_, _psychology_,
>_neurotransmitter,
>>deviate, divide (etc),  eidetic,  system, qualitative,/quantity,
>>capacity/or, perception, reproduction, principle, investigate,
>experiment,
>>research, subject/object, requirement,  photoreceptor, tolerance_, .



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