virus: Absolute Usefulness

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Fri, 24 May 1996 15:06:31 -0700

Ken Pantheists wrote
>...former Yugoslavia as an example where it is impossible to judge who is
>acting "truthfully" because the entire situation is so very convoluted.
>We shouldn't kill people who hold on
>to different truths as they have been doing in Yugoslavia.

Why not? What if a situation is convoluted enough?

To make it clear: I *also* believe we should not kill people, and I think I
know why I do. Why do you, Stephen?

Tad Niwinski from TeTa where people grow
There is no Absolute Truth, although we are getting closer and closer to IT.