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It's So Obvious To Aurino...but Could You Be Mistaken Sometimes?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 22, 2002 19:30:59 UTC


Again, welcome to North America from your previous home in South America. We here in the north hope you will be a friend, not an aggravation.
Your comment comparing Ted K. to Dick S. is
silly. Silly silly silly.

I responded to one of your posts at

and disregard the following at peril of continuing to be unknowing:

Aurino wrote:
"The meaning of the word "truth" is as clear as the meaning of the word "no".:

Yes and No can be found anywhere in the hierarchy of cybernetic information assembly. Truth can only be found when taking in a wider context...suited to the question at hand.
In computerese, a "bit" is a "yes" or "no."
A "byte" is a cluster of
"bits" (yes's and no's)
and that byte can represent a letter or number.
Letters and numbers can represent

Aurino wrote:
"In my mind anyway. You can't possibly question the meaning of every single word, either you take it for granted that some things are beyond reasonable doubt or you might as well pack your stuff and live in the mountains away from everyone else, Ted Kaczynski-style."


Not so. Simply not so.


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