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At 11:55 PM 10/01/02 -0500, you wrote:
Hi Jeremy Bradley -
I suggest that answers to such questions as "why are we here" etc. were
invented so as to comply with existing social criteria.
I suspect there are a lot of reasons to supply a ready set of answers to
questions like that.
Four cheers for science, willing to watch and learn, and not just listen
and repeat, and not call heirarchies criteria.
Glue closes and keeps things from moving. That's its main function.
In my youth I was a boat-builder. We glued timber (yes pre plastic)
together into unified wholes. They then meoved.
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