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On Tuesday, February 19, 2002, at 04:28 , Steve Drew wrote:
> Or should that more properly be the transmitter, the transmission and
> receptor form the enviroment for replication?
Don't forget the fourth player - 'what-is-transmitted'. The
transmission, being the medium, is not the message, regardless of how
apt and correct McLuhan can be and mostly is. The environment for
replication is indeed the complete encircling sphere around and
including all of the players. Like I said, a multi-dimensional matrix of
fluid and chaotic mechanics, if it can be put into maths. And nothing is
But, from what I've seen of some massive supercomputing tools, not out
of the question.
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