Get this man some clozapine.
"KP_PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in news:BAjlb.188513
$0v4.14562741 at bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net:
> "BilZ0r" <BilZ0r at TAKETHISOUThotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:Xns941C6F0767CC5BilZ0rhotmailcom at 22.214.171.124...>| *sigh*
>> You do understand that I'm talking about
> inflicting drugs [implants] upon otherwise
> 'normal' nervous systems?
>> Beyond that, there's no way around dealing
> with the nervous system as a whole.
>> Because the energydynamics that occur
> within nervous systems are infinitely-div-
> isible, It literally goes on forever, but every-
> thing necessary to deal with the nervous
> system as a whole, to a first useable approx-
> imation, has been in AoK all along.
>> Nervous systems are tightly-integrated func-
> tional units. If one looks at anything within
> them in 'isolation' from everything else with-
> in them. whatever it is that one is looking at
> appears to be something other than what it
> actually is. This is a Consequence of the 4-D
> [in AoK, "5-D" [incorrectly - there is no such
> thing as 'time' within physical reality]] nature
> of nervous systems.
>> I'd apologize if that would do any good, but
> it's not that I'm being 'difficult'. The problem is
> that nervous systems are just 4-D, so one has
> to work in the simultaneity of this 4-D.
>> One either does this, or does not. If the latter,
> then, to the degree that such is worth one's
> while. why not accept what's shared by folks
> who do the 4-D stuff?
>> There's no way around the 4-D stuff.
>> Forgive me, but I've been 'bending-over-back-
> ward' to try to usefully convey the essence of
> your questioning's goals, but you "*sigh", and
> disagree while, it seems to me, not wanting to
> actually get-in-there to grapple with the 4-D
> reality of nervous systems.
>> It's all laid-out in AoK and the refs cited in AoK.
>> If you're really wanting to understand NDT's stuff,
> then please help me win an opportunity to do more
> in the way of popularizing NDT's stuff.
>> As things stand, I'm struggling just to feed and
> shelter myself, so I've got to use my small resources
> to work at the leading edge of my research - to do
> stuff that will not, otherwise, get done.
>> It 'angers' me when I receive 'indication' that I 'should'
> forsake the stuff that's not yet been done in order to
> endlessly-repeat what was done decades ago - all
> while struggling to feed and shelter myself.
>> There has to be some room in-there for a man's do-
> ing what his experience informs him =must= be done.
>> Beyond this, my evaluation of our interaction is that
> your motivation is ulterior - you don't really want to know.
>> And that you'd impose such upon me is like feeling
> Life itself stolen from me.
>> Earn it, or 'go away'.
>> k. p. collins
>> k. p. collins