Re: Cultural traits and vulnerability to memes

From: Grant Callaghan (
Date: Mon Mar 11 2002 - 14:37:58 GMT

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    >Subject: Re: Cultural traits and vulnerability to memes
    >Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 22:07:54 +1100
    >At 07:22 AM 10/03/02 -0800, you wrote:
    > >Anyway, I thought you might enjoy the thought that Einstein was, in a
    > >a determinist. And so, too, may Godel have been.
    > >
    > >Cheers,
    > >
    > >Grant
    > >
    >Thanks Grant, tho' I don't think Joe Average is ready for the memes that
    >Einstein and Godel's notions of time may give rise to. Um... hang on a sec
    >Grant, are you sure that a relativistic determinist isn't an oxymoron?
    They way they explained it in the articl, no. But I don't accept the idea
    that time is like space. To me time is a perception of change but space is
    where change takes place. It is the think perceived. But Einstein may be
    right -- change may be taking place inside my head as I process the incoming
    data. Give this moron some oxygen, please!


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