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  • --- In existlist@^$1, Peter ciccariello wrote: > > Many thanks Bill. As you know I am an avid reader of this list, albeit a > reluctant conversationalist. I follow the thoughts and missives with great > interest and am never disappointed. I hope my contribution is accepted in > the spirit of its creation - pondering peace in a time of darkness. > > > - Peter > Peter, absolutely...
    William Dec 23, 2011
  • In gun optics aberations in lenses can cause aberration in bullet strikes. Very good lenses have optics that negate this phennominon. Your old buddie Zizak wanted to show perceptural changes from differing persons ,especially those of less than normal viewpoints could be manipulated to acts normally out of sorts. In optics parallax is measurable but in Zizaks story the personal...
    William Dec 23, 2011
  • Thank you for your contribution , most gratifying.Since this group has no social norms your works are annomilious and more difficult from an optical perspective/ thank you for your participation and hope you might write as your picturers are dininutive. The girls and sandle folks love you , thankas for your participion. The group is your in moment. Thank you , Bill
    William Dec 22, 2011
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  • --- In existlist@^$1, Tim Pendry wrote: > > > Bill > > LOL - I have not laughed so much at the somewhat paranoid response to my arrival ... suggesting a classic closed group. > > 1. I am writing as a private individual interested in existentialism. TPPR is a business but has nothing to do with my interest in this respect. It is perfectly possible (as any existentialist who really...
    William Dec 21, 2011
  • --- In existlist@^$1, "Mary" wrote: > > Bill, > > If you follow the links Tim P. provided, you might get a better handle on the philosophical perspective being suggested. If one connects the dots between Heidegger's 'enframing' and 'destining' and an A.I. singularity, the question of an essential human nature is on the table-- or out the window. One could speculate that humans...
    William Dec 21, 2011
  • I see how he does it but why. I imigine a lost philosophy brings few friends or attention. I understand dictators are lonely people. As shown in Korea even dictators die and existlist has seen many a dictator get banned and blocked. The moderator still can delete false members. I would think high level bloggers have similar means. I notice more frequent ID checks by YAHOO. The...
    William Dec 20, 2011
  • Mary, I read both those sites and think Wil would be engrossed in especially the former. Involvement for me seems unlikely as this sort of activism is a money making venture. It is very slick,very professional but I do not want them sending me a bill for consulting. What I do agree with is the idea that there is a number of individualists who just do not fit in, do not want to fit...
    William Dec 20, 2011
  • Mary ,If you search our new member it seems he is a big internet fellow. You hooked him you land him. Good hunting,Bill
    William Dec 19, 2011
  • I will not mention the failures you all know them. The legislative branch is a failure. They were sent to DC to leegislate and they have failed. This group cannot,will not ,work togeather for the betterment of their country. Bring all the incumbants home. New people can be better than this lot of failures. Vote for no incumbants! This is a legal act ,within the political spectrum...
    William Dec 19, 2011
  • The new leader in Korea should be treated with dignity and respect. He has been in the west and will not see this greeting as a sign of weakness. His father did but he was an ancient oriental and played by those old rules. Give the kid a break and let him act in a civilised manner. He may be better than we imagine. Bill
    William Dec 19, 2011