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There Is No Shared Brain, Only Individual Reverie + Dialogue

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Posted by Whittier on July 28, 2002 16:39:19 UTC

hi Paul
I bet you'd get that.

Ya wrote:
"I am not very interested in reverie. I am more interested in some meaningful, realistic, strategic approach to solving our biggest problems. I think that the right kind of dialog "

There's no point in talking with someone who's not interested in reverie...so you probably meant something else. Folks don't think except in reverie. Without reverie, they're just passing along someone else's ideas without thinking about them, and they won't think about yours either...they'll just pass them along.
What did you think was reverie? Edison must have been in reverie when he tried 10,000 different filaments for the light bulb.

Celery and onions,
mike

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