Behavioral Inertia

k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Thu Jan 15 06:45:49 EST 2004


"k p Collins" <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> "k p Collins" <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote in message
> news:cXbNb.7080$q4.4266 at newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
> > [...]
> [...]
> Yeah. 'War' 'just' crams-experience, making every-
> thing more energy-intense - no 'time' - the acceleration
> of "behavioral inertia's" altering during 'War' reduces
> directly to energy-gradients - =exclusively=.
>
> But, examine what's in the energy-intense increasing
> of the energy-gradients within individual nervous sys-
> tems.
>
> Before "behavioral inertia" alters, as a result of resort
> to force, resort to force is experienced, by those at
> whom the directionality inherent in resort to force is
> imposed as - you got it - =massive= externally-im-
> posed TD E/I(up, up).
>
> Such =forces= nervous systems into the "zone of
> randomness" [AoK, Ap4].
>
> Nervous systems "go amygdalar, 'blindly' and auto-
> matically, as innate "experiential total" preservation
> low-'level' "supersystem configuration" [AoK, Ap5]
> mechanisms function, 'blindly' and automatically, act
> to 'prevent' "rendering useless" [AoK, Ap8].
> [...]

Which is why, although there was a Better Way
before the War in Iraq was launched, since it was
launched, it is, 'now', necessary that the U. S.
maintain a stablizing-presence in Iraq.

It'll be "40 miles of bad road", traveled, pretty
much, solely by the Troops on the ground,
but it's Necessary.

Why it's, 'now', Necessary, is another matter.

k. p. collins





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