Re: virus: Manipulation lesson 20
Thu, 20 Mar 1997 09:43:20 -0600 (CST)

On Sat, 1 Mar 1997, Tim Rhodes wrote:

> On 28 Feb 1997, David Rosdeitcher wrote:


> > ...rational thinking is
> > controlled by another power, such as the memesphere, the id, the
> > collective unconscious, etc. even though, ultimately, the process of
> > learning to tap into the subconscious mind or establish new thought
> > patterns, is done consciously.
> You can only change your computer's software by using an input device,
> keyboard or disk or modem or such, this does not mean that the input
> device is running your e-mail program, however.

David R. has skimmed *so* close to my metaphysics.

Considering that rational thought is ultimately programmed spiritually
rather than mentally, I find it highly disturbing that scientific
research into 'spiritual' phenomena is currently analogous to the
phlgoston[sic] theory of combustion in chemistry.

/ Towards the conversion of data into information....
/ Kenneth Boyd