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RE: Sv: [existlist] Prooving thoughts (?)

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  • Tim Arnold
    extraordinary, to be sure. Gleinich ... From: George Walton [mailto:iambiguously@yahoo.com] Sent: 04 April 2002 23:34 To: existlist@yahoogroups.com Subject:
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 4, 2002
      extraordinary, to be sure.


      -----Original Message-----
      From: George Walton [mailto:iambiguously@...]
      Sent: 04 April 2002 23:34
      To: existlist@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: Sv: [existlist] Prooving thoughts (?)


      You have made your point and I mine. I feel quite
      justified, however, in suggesting I would be wasting
      my valuable time [and, I'm sure, yours as well]
      pursuing this any further. You are free, however, to
      contact the other members of this fine establishment
      and have them contact me, in turn, in order to assure
      me I am completely missing the point of your
      extraordinarily unique and engrossing philosophical

      Turtle on, my friend.


      --- "Yulian K. Gaard" <ccc61261@...>
      > Dear Biggie,
      > You and a turtle is racing eachother; The turtle
      > starts 1 second before you and actually WIN the race
      > [assuming that the turtle keeps moving in the right
      > direction and dosent just stop] ...
      > So, why is that ? Once you've run the piece of way
      > that the turtle had in advance, the turlet is still
      > slightly ahead of you. When you've run that piece of
      > way, the turtle have come even further, ...
      > Through playing with words I've actually prooven
      > something which seems completeley silly. Further,
      > according to several philosophers, philosophy is not
      > concerned with empirical proofs - just because you
      > havent fallen THROUGH the earth yet, dosent mean it
      > cant happen next time you take a step. Just as
      > because you've seen 1000 white swans, dosent mean
      > that there dosent exist black ones.
      > Now for the materially;
      > There and from links there you'll have enough
      > authoroties saying that the matrial bounderies are
      > not fully true.
      > If a tree falls in the forest and noone hears, does
      > it then have a sound ? - that question would also be
      > completeley silly if we mereley thought about
      > particles.
      > So, lets see ... out body, especially out head,
      > where alot of electrical stuff happens [according to
      > nerobiologists] create a weak electrical field all
      > around. Obviously, as this field is created both buy
      > our body and our mind, altering any of those can
      > alter the field. This field is altering the
      > surroundings "physically" through electrical energy.
      > - there you go, one explanation.
      > Now, I'd still be thrilled to hear why society
      > always have a need to see proof before they even
      > dare trying something ? I believe you missed that in
      > your answer.
      > I much appologice for the sarcastic tone in this
      > letter, I can only hope that the point went through;
      > I do not need to explain for two reasons.
      > 1. Because I dont care if people believe in what I
      > say or not.
      > 2. You'd need to try very hard to find a way to
      > proove things which havent been shown "invalid"
      > already.
      > Blessings, and stay bright.
      > Try to smile of my wierdness and find it refreshing
      > instead, that should help alot. *this* is my purpose
      > in sending this letter, to put a smile on your face.
      > "Love is the Law, Love under
      > Will."
      > Blessings
      > Yulian
      > Respectfully submitted.
      > " Magic is a way of life. "

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