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the liver and the brain

David Longley David at longley.demon.co.uk
Sun Sep 5 07:47:39 EST 2004


In article <8d8494cf.0409041707.284e5c40 at posting.google.com>, dan 
michaels <feedbackdroids at yahoo.com> writes
>> How people align themselves in their public responses to the above
>> assertion can, I suggest, be taken as a fair, pragmatic & extensional
>> indicator of their scientific acumen.
>
>
>Never try to teach a pig to sing. It wastes your time and annoys the
>pig. Have you learned nothing. If 10,000 repetitions of the same
>matter doesn't do it, will 100,000? Oscillate on.

At this point (and given the original post), the cognoscenti may ask why 
Michaels (and others like him) invariably "thinks that" what's posted 
here is ever written for his specific benefit or enlightenment.
-- 
David Longley
http://www.longley.demon.co.uk/Sm-97apr.pdf
http://www.longley.demon.co.uk/Workj97.pdf



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