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KP_PC k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Thu Nov 6 15:18:10 EST 2003

I cancelled my internet account yesterday,
but found need to be online today, so I re-
instated it. I'll explain in another post.

But, since I'm online, I'll address your 'reality'.

"Reality Therapist" <not at here.not> wrote in message
news:jk9jqvsgk2n33dvkli6g3bgsf4pkchvhir at 4ax.com...
| On Tue, 04 Nov 2003 09:47:08 +1100, Matthew Kirkcaldie
| <Matthew.Kirkcaldie at removethis.newcastle.edu.au> wrote:
| >[...]
| There are, however, empirical criteria for the determination of
| reality. Three of them are:
| 1. The name of this forum is: bionet.neuroscience.
| 2. Ken posts a steady stream of random current news.
| 3. The name of this forum is NOT: bionet.anything.

Everything I discuss is Neuroscience.

I provide the basics of my position in AoK.

For whatever reason, folks could not grasp
AoK's synthesis of Neuroscience, so, in the
other discussions I post, I'm addressing what's
been in AoK all along at a more-comprehensive
'level'. All of it, including stuff like my discussions
in Physics, is 'just' more Neuroscience.

I accept that some, including, apparently, you,
'cannot' see that, which is why, long before
Matthew suggested that using a 'kill file' is
probably appropriate in such cases, I instruct-
ed folks in how to use 'kill files'.

I'm =not= wanting to 'bother' folks who don't
want to do Neuroscience, or who cast 'neuro-
science' into some straight-jacketed 'mold'.

In fact, I'd prefer it if those so inclined would,
in fact, 'kill-file' my ID.

It's 'hilarious' - I'm doing stuff that's never before
been achieved in Neuroscience [in all of Science]
and you barge-in unable to see that I'm just doing
Neuroscience, complaining, Erroneously, while
doing absolutely nothing in Neuroscience, and
declaring such to constitute "reality".

ROFL :-]

'Kill-file' my ID in your newsreader, =please=.

k. p. collins

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