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On Monday, April 8, 2002, at 06:21 , Scott Chase wrote:
> Prior learning could even *enhance* one's ability to make critical
Even Sherlock had to see before he could deduce. At what end of this is
> There could be "unconscious" material floating around in your noggin
Entering, as sensation, and 'floating around', are two very unique
> that may influence observation
"Many things stand in the way of knowledge" - if whatever is floating
around is _influencing_ observation, then observation is being thwarted.
What one thinks about what one sees is, well, not observation. It's
analysis. It's measurement. And, as good ole Pythagoras says, get out of
the way, please.
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