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."

rlh


At 1:38 PM -0400 11/24/99, Peter T. Daniels wrote:
>Do we need any further evidence that this thread is misplaced on
>sci.lang??
>
>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
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