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Harv Are You Worried?

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Posted by Alan on July 31, 2003 11:40:37 UTC

Hi Harv,

My impression is that this "brave new world" of "pattern template transferability" has you scrambling for something to "hang your hat on"?

That is understandable.

It is interesting to scan patterns for possible similarities with other patterns. But whereas one can live with the analogies and metaphors of poetry; the discovery of WORKING pattern transferability may scare one as "crazy" and as "too generalised"?

But it is a question of pathway perhaps? Dr. Stafford claimed much of modern physics was "a made-up story"; I can see say why he might think along those lines............?

But so long as freedom and honesty are core values; what is there to fear? Honesty and feedom mean EVERY thought counts; nothing is concealed.

It is repression that is dangerous: cross a railroad wearing a blindfold and earmuffs and you may get hit by a train. Open your eyes and ears and you SEE the trains.

My system may seem "crazy" but it is not. "Crazy" just means "disagree/ misunderstand"; but in freedom all possible agreement paths are seen; understanding is possible.

Beyond "epistemic assumptions": the beginning and end of assumptions and of knowing.............



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