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>Does the whistling teapot need to be poured?
>At 01:15 PM 1/9/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>><<Almost any mother can listen to her baby and tell you if it wants milk,
>>diaper change, or just some attention. She knows because the baby
>>communicated the want or need to her. If the baby didn't know it had the
>>need, it wouldn't be able to express it.>>
>>Does a whistling teapot know it needs to be poured?
Are babies no more conscious than a teapot? Do you know when you're hungry?
How do you know? Do you find ways to solve the problem? I suspect there
are times when you could solve the problem by whistling. ;-)>
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