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Re: a universe of children

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  • Trinidad Cruz
    gracias amigo tc
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 2, 2004
      gracias amigo

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Mary Jo" <alcyon11@y...> wrote:
      > Bill, that's very good. From the first aboriginal sounds to our most
      > lofty philosophies, it's all a kind of childish babble at its worst.
      > At its best, it intelligent communication between adults using every
      > possible function of their form to understand and progress. The
      > language of our human being is built upon 4 letters, AGTC. The
      > mathematics of our universe is built upon the zen koan - from 1
      > arises 2, from 2 arises 3, and from 3 everything arises. There is no
      > life without without the fundamental recipes. We are indeed a
      > language, but we need better translators. Mary
      > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "bhvwd" <v.valleywestdental@m...>
      > wrote:
      > >
      > > It is by their amino acids that protiens are built. From protiens
      > > the tissues of life are formed. Amino acids are not alive in the
      > > classic sense of the word. Like syllables form only parts of words
      > > amino acids are only building blocks of protiens. Protiens are the
      > > words of life and tissues are the grand manifestos. The
      > Declaration
      > > of Independance would be sentances fleshed out into grand
      > > discourse. Form precedes function so a thinking organism , with its
      > > grand tissue array, must be built before the syllables of thought
      > > are uttered.
      > > The thinking, speaking, reading organism must continue its
      > > physical evolution if the grand thoughts are to be written. Indeed
      > > if comprehension is weak even greatness of the past is dimmed. So ,
      > > if the children of the universe are to evolve better language,
      > more
      > > fluent poetry, their tissues must exhibit healthy function.
      > > There is no scism between the physical world of science and the
      > > artful word of letters. They diminish and build hand in hand as the
      > > children of the universe grow into the unknown. Bill
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