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k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Mon Feb 9 13:43:01 EST 2004

Hi Ashlie,

I like the C. S. Lewis quote in your signature.

It's True. Everything we do has Infinite
Ramifications. And it's Good to keep this
always in the forefront.

I saw an Excellent movie the other 'day'
that deals with this topic - =The Butterfly

For me, it was chillingly-realistic in it's
portrayal of a certain 'Struggle'.

And so Evocative of C. S. Lewis' 'point'.

Cheers, ken

"Ashlie Benjamin Hocking" <abh2n at cobra.cs.Virginia.EDU> wrote in message
news:y21kk72w6sm2.fsf at cobra.cs.Virginia.EDU...
> "Panagiotis Artemiadis" <partem at mail.ntua.gr> writes:
> > Anyone knows resources about human arm model
> > and specification of the degrees of freedom?
> > (including fingers if possible)
> You'd probably get better results posting to a graphics or robotics
> newsgroup. I googled on
>   simulation "human arm" "degrees of freedom"
> and got some fairly decent looking results. Of course, maybe I'm
> misunderstanding your purpose, and there's a very valid reason you're
> posting to a neuroscience newsgroup.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>                           | "Good and evil both increase at compound
> Ben Hocking, Grad Student | interest. That is why the little
> hocking at cs.virginia.edu   | decisions you and I make every day are of
>                           | such infinite importance." - C. S. Lewis
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