Re: virus: Eye of the Needle

Brett Lane Robertson (
Mon, 15 Sep 1997 14:05:05 -0500

Prof. Tim,

I am assuming that animal skins were sewn (or vegitable matter) before
woolen garments. Though maybe I'm simplifying your point too much. Yes,
there must be a fabric of reality..."god" must have woven "somethign"
together to form material nature. This is the amorphous reality I like to
call a "freshwater pearl". With only one irritant, an entire amorphous
shape can be assembled...the shape looks random, but it is really built by a
fractile formulation, a specific equation. Or, 1 (real thing) plus an
inconsistency (or any complexification) leads to 1,2,3,4,5...not woven but
sewn (one, not one, two...two, knot two, three, etc--like a stitch.).
Perhaps there were multiple diverse threads; perhaps not. I say not.


At 10:37 AM 9/15/97 -0700, you wrote:

>On Sun, 14 Sep 1997, Brett Lane Robertson wrote:

>> My reasoning is that there was a more
>> "material" nature to ancient life (less leasure to "wool-gather"--more
>> sewing and less weaving).

>This isn't a coment on the rest of the post, just this one small point:
>In order to sew someone has to have wolven a fabric for you to sew
>together, no?

>Which came first, the chicken or his stylin' new duds?

>-Prof. Tim

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