Memories of Fear
kpaulc at earthlink.net
Wed Jan 5 16:01:31 EST 2000
i stand on what i've posted, the hippocampus is an intermediate-level
supersystem configuration mechanism, just as is explained in AoK,
including everything re. 'HM', and as was never explained, in any other
docs, before AoK and its antecedant papers.
K. P. Collins
John Hasenkam wrote:
> I don't bloody believe it. Not this goddamn AoK had hippocampus all in it
> and explained long ago argument. You devious little runt, this is a recycled
> argument, I knocked you dead it on some months back by referring to HM,
> original work 1957 give me a bloody break ....
> Spin me out fool don't you know better than to play these stupid games when
> someone with a good memory is kicking around? I've met a few like you in my
> life but you're getting way up there.
> Go away.
> Stuff being a buddhist, time to be a christian crusader.
> <dag.stenberg at helsinki.nospam.fi> wrote in message
> news:84r126$ej5$3 at oravannahka.helsinki.fi...
> > kenneth Collins <kpaulc at earthlink.net> wrote:
> > > Dag Stenberg wrote:
> > > > While it has been known for a long time that ...
> > [whatever]
> > > > been mapped in detail less than 10 years ago.
> > ...
> > > i'm sorry, Dag. all the necessary refs were cited in AoK, and they all
> > > existed much earlier than 10 years ago.
> > What you, Ken, fail to understand is that you have not added one
> > syllable to the understanding of the brain, and are persisting in trying
> > to nullify three decades of serious neuroscientific research by some
> > of the World's best brains. You attempt to stop neurobiological progress
> > referring to some fairytale of the half-developed '70s, instead of
> > modestly acknowledging that others (and I do NOT mean myself) have passed
> you in knowledge.
> > While I do not question your value as a fellosw being, I do question your
> > right to fill this originally serious and professional newsgroup with
> > your crap, continuous self-conscious whining and absolute crap.
> > Dag Stenberg
> > (writing like a true Finn at last)
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