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Good To Hear From You, Anonymous Alan

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on November 19, 2002 04:52:30 UTC

Hi anonymous Alan,
Internet is free in public libraries here
on the West Coast. I don't know why you
always imply you can't afford to post
on internet unless you live in one of the
other 23 time zones of Earth.

Good of you to see the importance of biology
and the human brain in all our discussions.
In previous history until the Renaissance,
it is reputed they believed the brain
was a heat dispersing organ. It appears
they were unclear the body had a thinking
machine (organ) in it.
I don't agree the matter you attribute
to anonymous Harv is settled.
To say without reservation, as you do, that,
"The external world appears to be a subset of one's internal world (as Harv says)"

and offer no further definitions and
conditions on that

makes you seem to be in the employ
of that particular guy, whether he be
from Princeton or an intranet that never
leaves this valley.
For there is not that much merit in
that statement. The rest of what you wrote,
I have also quoted at this form:
from the introduction
to Progress in Neuroscience (a Scientific American book) Great Minds think about Brains!
Cordially,
Mike

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