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On Sunday, February 24, 2002, at 03:01 , Dace wrote:
> The brain exists in only one moment at any given time. It doesn't span
> the way the mind does. For the brain, the present excludes the past.
> the mind, the present embraces the past. To be more precise, the brain
> the aspect of mind which is spatiotemporal, i.e. limited to the current
And I've given up even attempting to locate the universe such thoughts
are coming from....
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