Thinking without language?
Bloxy's at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 24 05:33:28 EST 1999
In article <OiO_3.86$ra7.556 at news1.online.no>, "patrik bagge" <patrik-b at online.no> wrote:
>kenneth Collins skrev i meddelandet <383BA800.47455D82 at earthlink.net>...
>>it's just that there's so much that remains to be communicated, and my
>>resources are so small. i can't keep saying the same stuff over and over
>>again... gotta move-on.
>>it's a sorrow that so few receive the whole. but what's open to me is
>>open to me. what's not is what's not.
>ok, allow me to give you a little 'advice'
Watch out now.
>if you want acceptance, do some marketing,
If you want some acceptance, look within yourself.
That is "where its at".
> it's the
>oldest trick in the book,
> maybe engineer a site, if
>you already haven't, with easy going language and
>detailed theoretical information.
>use 'normal' channels, academic and other
>to market your beliefs.
And once you pronounce that, the whole thing is dead.
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>it's no fun knowing things alone.
>of course there is a possibility that you are 'wrong'
>, but that seems to be what science is all about,
>seeking , accepted by others, 'truth'.
>receiving a lot of heat in the process.
>The next little trick is to 'make' others do the
>marketing and fighting for you, in this scenario
>you become the idle bystander, watching all
>the fuzz from 'above', enjoying your cappucino.
>Yin Yangial Regards
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