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You Can't Have A Problem Without A Question

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Posted by Harvey on March 25, 2002 23:36:11 UTC


***You immediately bring the discussion to a situation where "you have some idea of what the problem is": i.e., your scenario. This displays a complete ignorance of the question being asked!***

No. My situation is before you know there is a problem. You simply woke up (I make no assumptions from what) at 6AM yesterday. You tell me why you think there is a problem at 6:01AM. At 6AM all I can tell you is that there is no problem that you are aware of. You are simply just experiencing a self-aware sensation.

Dick, if you cannot bring the 6AM self-aware sensation to the point of facing your 'problem', then this illustrates a fatal blow to your model. You cannot have a problem unless there is a question. You have so far failed to raise a question.

Warm regards, Harv

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