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I'm getting more and more lost, here.
Ted, _how_ do organisms 'resonate' with previous similar forms?
Thanks, - Lawrence
> There are no independently existing lines of MR. It's not like
> genes, which
> are things in themselves. MR is simply the resonance of organisms or
> naturally recurring forms with previous similar forms. It's not
> as if there
> are lines of gravity which, when crossed, give rise to new planets.
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