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Ice-cream-cone.

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Posted by Human I. Scientist. on May 11, 1998 23:52:33 UTC

Human doings has 'form at time'.

One is cone-form.

I have named it ice-crem-cone.

How do 'read' this cone.

Idea born, and it is then bottom at cone. Time go up. We are in this cone, some level. More humans born 'in' this cone and learn same basic. Control functions is up, future, at 'ice'.

Example. My consess, my self. I born, and my brains start to 'collect' information round of us. Of course i get some brain-forms at my body to my parents. If i start to read, example dentiss, and i learn 20 years. Im a dentiss. I see world through dentiss-window, dentiss-cone.

Culture-cones. Scientific cones. etc.

If you draw ice-crem-cone at paper, and put some idea at bottom, example, electric invent at 1700-century. You can see, that this cone has lot of things.

What about transistor-cone?

Basicly, we are in humanidity cone, materialballcone.

How do get out of my cone?

Eat ice-cream-cone. It feel good.

Nature, spece, dont have these kind cone. That is why humans are not natural, and that it the reasons, why we kill each other, and want to own, and make pollution.

How do see, what is now? How do see?

Why?

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