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Thinking without language?

Richard Hall rhall at uvi.edu
Wed Nov 24 16:27:21 EST 1999

Change the string to "Re: writing without thinking."


At 1:38 PM -0400 11/24/99, Peter T. Daniels wrote:
>Do we need any further evidence that this thread is misplaced on
>kenneth Collins wrote:
>> i've developed just two theories. the one in Neuroscience has finally
>> become a 'subset' of Tapered Harmony (the one in Physics). so there's
>> actually only one theory, albeit, containing a significant 'subset'.
>> BTW, NDT is a 'subset' of TH =only= because TH explains stuff that
>> doesn't exist, innately, within nervous systems. this's a bit arbitrary,
>> however, because everything that exists within physical reality can have
>> 'derived existence' within the nervous system. (my version of 'chicken &
>> egg', except that what came first is known... wdb2t.)
>> yes, Tapered Harmony's position is, and i can demonstrate, that
>> everything within physical reality 'reduces' directly to the 'one-way'
>> (per Universal half-phase) flow of energy from order to disorder that is
>> What's Described By 2nd Thermo (wdb2t).
>> there's a lot to it. nothing that requires more than 3-D, but a =lot=.
>> 'difficulty', inherent, stems from the quantity of stuff that's
>> in-there, not 'complexity'.
>> there are infinite 'pointers'.
>> Tapered Harmony is Simple.
>> what makes it Simple is that the infinite 'pointers' all Point to the
>> one thing, wdb2t.
>> 'trouble' is, i must Sleep :-)
>> probably won't be back online, in any significant way, until after
>> Thanksgiving.
>> ken (K. P. Collins)
>> patrik bagge wrote:
>> > do not allow me to disturb
>> >
>> > wdb2t, is the basis of all your theories ken ?
>> >
>> > any pointers?
>> >
>> > /pat
>Peter T. Daniels     grammatim at worldnet.att.net

Richard Hall, Associate Professor of
Comparative Animal Physiology
Division of Sciences and Mathematics
University of the Virgin Islands
St. Thomas, USVI  00802

rhall at uvi.edu

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