RE: virus: Possibly conflicting ways to map Objective Reality

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Tue, 05 Nov 1996 01:01:48 -0800

Richard wrote:
>Tad wrote:
>[re o-ring engineer who was "managed" into abandoning his objections to
>the flawed engineering of the space shuttle Challenger]
>>Another good example how to map Objective Reality in conflicting ways!
>>Any comments, Richard?
>It's easy to manipulate people who don't have a clear purpose. Richard
>Feynman, operating on Level 3, plowed through all the memetic garbage of
>the politicians, managers, AND engineers, found the problem with the
>o-rings, and got his message out effectively. There's a great write-up
>on it in his second book, "What Do You Care What Other People Think."

It is an excellent book.

Thank you for a good example of your reversed-meaning technology.
Obviously Richard Feynman was not "mapping Objective Reality in conflicting
ways"! He found the truth -- which in my opinion *is* important and in your
opinion *is not*. Richard Feynman was not afraid of people who say "you
will never be able to understand 'it' since you are a low level chimp".

It's easy to "manipulate people" if you have this new technology called
"mapping objective reality in possibly conflicting ways". This is what the
manager was doing.

Was this what you meant level-3 people do?

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