Re: Convergence + protein folding

From: Wade T.Smith (
Date: Sat Aug 11 2001 - 00:54:53 BST

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    Hi Joe E. Dees -

    >Another remark in the same thread Chase/Wilkins thread rang as
    >true as fine crystal; MGR resembles homeopathy, another mystical
    >belief system unsuccessfully attempting to masquerade as

    Not to put too fine a clock on it, but I should need to insist that the
    above comparison was an earlier observation of mine, as well.

    Maybe I was too caustic, since my politeness had long fled on this issue.

    - Wade

    >Subject: Re: Logic
    >Date: 08/06/01 15:56
    >Received: 08/06/01 15:59
    >From: Wade T.Smith,
    >Reply-To: memetics list,
    >To: memetics list,
    >On 08/06/01 15:10, Dace said this-
    >>Morphic resonance need not be intentional. It follows naturally from the
    >>priniple of like-affects-like. What Sheldrake is proposing is a law of
    >>natural forms.
    >Ah ha....
    >Sheldrake is the Hahnemann of mentality- thus we now have a homeopathic
    >(and equally useless) theory of memory, a 'law of similars' -
    >The newage is always old, and will always and repeatedly rhyme with
    >How many times does this 'resonance' need to be diluted, and shaken, not
    >- Wade

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