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Posted by Dave Hollrah on February 22, 2001 04:41:11 UTC


I've appreciated all your comments and have
more than smiled at the interplay. Thanks Mr. Nelson for the attention to my question
regarding Information. I'll get your book and
have a go.

Actually, I am aware of Mr. Nelson's intent,
suggesting a study of early thought. Digging
out the old texts is probably a good place to
start. Review is good....maybe I'll learn something this time around.

The mistakes of the early ones are good lessons to see and I will judge myself accordingly.

The comment to philosopher Ludwig Witgenstein suggesting how stupid and superstitious medieval Europeans were before the time of Copernicus to have looked at the sky and thought the sun was circling Earth brought this reply "I agree. But I wonder what it would have looked like if the sun had been cicling the earth."

Dave Hollrah

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