Re: virus: MEME UPDATE: To Censor Or Not?

Dave Pape (
Wed, 18 Dec 1996 01:19:36 GMT

At 15:46 17/12/96 -0600, you wrote:
>On Tue, 17 Dec 1996, Dave Pape wrote:
>> >2) There's a big oversight when you have two high-power theories [explain
>> >much, extensively verified] that are immiscible [like oil and water].
>> >The problem is, *where* the oversight is, is unknown.
>> That's very very interesting. This is presumably thing like the EPR paradox
>> etc... here's one for XYZ... Einstein's mates and Bohm's posse, the two
>> gangs that have explained the most phenomena ever, each with townsful of
>> evidence, fighting it out, locked in debate. That'll be memes competing for
>> brainspace, then.
>The EPR paradox, superficially, is a linguistic problem. I'm thinking of
>garbage like nonconservation of mass-energy, or the sudden lack of
>existence of a particle in the nonrelativistic domain.

Superficial? Linguistic problems? I don't ENCODE many of my science-related
opinions in non-linguistic terms. BUT I'm sure you're other examples are
equally important. Cool.

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