Topology is Connectedness

ken kpaulc at [remove]earthlink.net
Thu Mar 18 01:57:35 EST 2004


Where has 'dinosaur' gone?

'Interesting'.

K. P. Collins

"Doktor DynaSoar" <targeting at OMCL.mil> wrote in message
news:qb4t30doj357t9vcnvnudms7rjg2p9gv1d at 4ax.com...
> On Wed, 25 Feb 2004 22:40:27 GMT, "k p  Collins"
> <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote:
>
> } > You can apply for an NIH grant just like
> } > anyone else can.
> }
> } Back when I checked-into this, I was
> } told that Grants were not given to
> } individuals.
>
> Not precisely true. They're not given to unassociated individuals. If
> you had an academic institution or independent operating lab to handle
> it, you would get it and they would administer it.
>
> } > } I'm 'curious'. Have you read AoK?
> } >
> } > No. And I'm pretty sure you don't want me to.
> }
> } I'll be happy to send you a copy, gratis,
> } and just as happy to hear anything [ex-
> } cept comments on it's 'style'] you have to
> } say about anything that's in-it [the text is
> } a brief summary of Experimental results
> } cited in AoK].
>
> I don't give my email out over usenet.
> See, this is the benefit of a web site. You don't even have to have an
> index (home page). You can just put your files in there and tell
> someone they can download your stuff from
> "http://my-domain/my-site/filename-1.zip"
>
> Post it here if you like. Usenet won't break.
>
> } The fundamentals that are treated in-it
> } will stand as Incontrovertible Truth, for
> } all 'time' [or at least until evolutionary
> } dynamics alter the very-fundamental
> } neural architecture].
> }
> } It contains the stuff I've been discussing, with
> } respect to the globally-integrated neural
> } Topology. It's only 114 pages, including
> } citations and Index.
> }
> } Please 1. read it, or 2. stop interfering with
> } the Work I do here in bionet.neuroscience.
>
> I don't need to read anything you've written to know when you're
> answering someone with irrelevant material, and I will by no means
> stop bringing every instance of that to your attention.
>





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