RE: virus: Reasonable/unreasonable beliefs

Wade T.Smith (
Tue, 11 Nov 97 00:02:33 -0500

>What then is my point in promulgating the "level" model?

Indeed, what is it? Is it some 'double-dog dare' involving abstract
mental leaps? (Do we get to look first?)

Is it some guru stance?

Is it sheer bravado?

Whatever it is, it hasn't worked for me, although that probably matters
not a whit.

I also made a weak analogy, now that I see it again, with electron
levels. I think I was attempting to use it to show that levels weren't
what are really involved, but now I am not sure even that works.

Anyway, positions on a heirarchy don't make it with me. There's too much
bullshit in politics. Knowledge is never bullshit. There's always more to
know, not steps of knowing. Steps and levels smacks of leader and
follower to me, and that, with me at least, is what don't work.

Wade T. Smith | "There ain't nothin' you | shouldn't do to a god." |
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