virus: Mind-Flipping

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Fri, 10 Oct 1997 14:29:39 -0700

I am amazed with the wonderful techniques of Mind-Flipping I am learning
here and I want to share my observations. Please feel free to expand on my

My main question is: how does Mind-Flipping work? Sometimes it seems like a
quark to me: I know it is there, but I can hardly tell where exactly it is.
I am still collecting data. Here is one of the recently observed quark
phenomena. There is an interaction between a proton (C) and an electron (W)
and a quark (T) jumps into it. I will take the liberty to personify the

Person C claims that science is no better than religion in explaining the
world, because scientists, as human creatures, have excessive ego, greed,
power grab, etc., and "pure" science is difficult to find.

Person W points to a major difference between science and religion, namely
that with all those corrupt scientists, science is "findable" as opposed to
gods and asks if person C can find some gods.

Person T jumps into this conversation and offers to show effects of gods at

Person W remains dubious, although with an open mind admits that such
effects may indeed be some sort of proof.

Person T claims that the fact that people go to church must be caused by gods.

Person W laughs.

Person T blames person W for wasting time on irrelevant topics, when so many
important things are to be discussed.

Those "quark interactions" or Mind-Flipping can go infinitely, so I am
concerned with finding an underlying theory behind it. Please let me know
what you think (and of course I don't mind to read that I am a stupid idiot,
who dosn't have a clue what *is* really!!! IMPORTANT here, Mr. Quark).


all of these affect science so that "pure" science is
difficult to find.

But it is findable....
Find some gods. Amount immaterial.

If gods are like quarks I can show you the effects of them on other
bodies. Is that proof?

You can? I remain dubious. Such effects may indeed be some sort of proof,
but what are you really talking about? Stigmata?

Look inside those steepled buildings on a Sunday. /Something/ got all
those people there. If it was not the gravitational effects of <God>,
well... gorsh, I don't know what else to call it!

Well, that's no bloody proof at all and you know it.

It is for <God>. Why you are so hung up on "God" though, when we should
be talking about memes, is beyond me!

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