RE: virus: MS Weapon

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Tue, 07 Oct 1997 14:13:16 -0700

Richard wrote:
>One problem with the rational/skeptical mindset is that it's easy to get
>sucked into "refuting hypotheses." I merely put forth a point of view.
>Level 3 entertains conflicting points of view. Lately I've been putting
>forth one that I think some memebers could benefit from, namely looking at
>reality as though everything we can say about it is a semi-arbitrary label,
>one possibility of an infinity. I don't have a philosophy.

I bet you do have a philosophy.

>Philosophies are a Level-2 thing. I'm wrong about everything.

Except Level-3 maybe?

>Nothing I say is the truth,
>but I mean everything I say. Sorry if the confusion I caused doesn't allow
>you to naturally and easily resolve itself into a major breakthrough in

And here is your philosophy:

>but looking back on it from a time in the future years from
>now, and after having tasted the benefits of Level 3 for many years, do you
>think it's possible for us to change and grow?

Can a Level 3 person (who "entertains conflicting points of view") entertain
the following point of view:

"I, Richard invented Level-3 mystery to manipulate people I deal with" ?

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159