RE: virus: Church of Virus/Memetics/Faith

Chitren Nursinghdass (
Tue, 03 Jun 1997 19:22:46 +0200

>>which are eventually, in the long run, self-referential).
>This is a KEY insight! If you didn't read it the first time, read it

What wordplay !

Incidentally, the more I think of it, the more I think that
the Bible is a fractal document :

not matter what you do with it (rearrange the chapters, etc...),
you'll always find nuggets of sense (because the part is like the whole).

This is not only what I find with the OT and NT, but in any set
of self-referential texts or books, in any language.

You'll say : "but what about the translation ?".

Well if you have an isomorphism between your language and maths,
ultimately you'll do the same calculations...

All is One I dare say.

Have a fractal, chop it up any which way you like, on looking closely
(reinterpretation), you get the whole again.

And the best is : it can be represented in a simple equation.

Whole numbers with a floating point make for fractional-dimension objects.

These sacred books are models of the universe, like fractal maths.

Or they are fractal maths coded in number-words.