From: Lawrence DeBivort (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 06 Dec 2002 - 18:58:35 GMT
If you have any interest in following up, the book that was referred to is
at that foreign language bookstore on Mt Auburn (?) street -- Shoenhof's of
something like it. Next to it, on the display table, is another book
rebutting the first. Both are in French. There is a photo in the first book
of the Pentagon from the air, showing no signs of airplane wreckage.
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> Subject: Re: Modeling Rumors: The No Plane Pentagon French Hoax Case
> On Friday, December 6, 2002, at 10:00 AM, Grant Callaghan wrote:
> > it's impossible not to have biases in any individual. That's
> > part of what memes are.
> It might be all they are in many models.
> To a life without memes.
> - Wade
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