Re: Misunderstood Cichlids

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    >From: "Scott Chase" <>
    >Subject: Re: Misunderstood Cichlids
    >Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2001 12:18:56 -0400
    >I can't claim originality on the point about isolation versus resonance
    >action at a distance). I vaguely recall somebody posting a question like
    >that on Sheldrake's discussion group (found on his website), but I'd have
    >look it up to be sure. I thought it important though, but Vince tapped my
    >mnemon banks.
    >Speaking of the site, to reduce some of the recent
    >here and liven up the discussion board there, it might be a good idea to
    >move some of this particular discussion over there. Just a gentle
    After double checking it was someone named Roberto who introduced this topic
    of isolation versus morphism in the thread "A Doubt about Morphic Field" on's discussion group. Someone named Sanguine also added some
    interesting questions on that thread. Disregard the idiot named Hemidactylus
    who posted mostly banal drivel. There were some topical replies about this
    topic of isolation, resonance, and speciation, but I'd have to ponder them a
    while to attempt anything remotely "cogent". If others have struggled with
    this topic in the past, perhaps I might benefit from resonance with them
    somehow. Maybe my inanity pulls down the curve, thus resonance could result
    in a collective intellectual slump.

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