Re: virus: Alternative Thought Patterns

Tony Hindle (
Wed, 19 Mar 1997 02:35:33 +0000

In message <332E0173.1F6D@esuvm.Emporia.Edu>, "Corey A. Cook"
<> writes
>I'm well aware that this process is essentially the same as personal
>growth. The only main difference is that in this process, an
>alternate thought process is used to increase the number of insights
>gained, under the supposition that the ratio of bunk insights to
>valid insights is low enough to be worthwhile. My question was:
>Does it work?
Yes it does (subjective opinion). Am I to understand your
curiosity has never got the better of you in this area?

Tony Hindle.