Date: Sat 31 May 2003 - 19:30:33 GMT
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> > > On Monday, May 26, 2003, at 03:22 PM, Kenneth wrote:
> What the consequence of one's actions will be upon yourself
> can only be a fact at the very moment it will occur.
> > But these consequences can be forseen in advance (not perfectly, but
> > well enough for people to cognitively conceive and carry out plans,
> > many of which transpire as envisioned).
> Yes, in many cases that is quite possible, but are you quite sure
> about the facts one will induce upon you !? I am not ! We still are
> people and pretty unpredictable, so in the case you write me a nasty
> letter, the logical fact will be, I write you one back, but would you
> conceive the possibility that one day I show up on your doorstep !?
> Would you transpire and envisionise such possibility !? You can 't
> forsee everything. You will forsee I will write you a letter back, you
> can envisionise I will take a trip to the US to get cross with you,
> but are you sure about the date !? Time !? Place !? Weapon !?
> At the very moment I will be in front of you, you will know you
> made an error of judgement, not before....that is one major fact
> of terrorism, you will never know when they will act untill you
> hear the bang...
> Even in the more quiet setting of brainstorming anew made plans
> has within consequences that can 't yet be forseen_ tipping points are
> everywhere and were to be induced by performances not yet
As I said; not perfectly. And the idea of hunting down and pummelling all critical webposters was a plot device in the movie JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK.
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