RE: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception

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Date: Tue Jan 15 2002 - 02:52:19 GMT

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    At 09:00 AM 14/01/02 -0500, you wrote:
    >On 01/13/02 22:15, Jeremy Bradley said this-
    >>Is a juggernaut 'natural' -[?]
    >No reason to assume it's not.

    Jugganaut was a Hindu Deity, Its huge statue was moved on a large cart.
    >>and does its 'might' make it 'right'.[?]
    >It does what it does.
    >Otherwise, I don't remember mentioning this in reference to politics or
    >the power of states, but, perhaps I did....
    >- Wade
    If the US does not believe that its might is evidence of its goodness, how
    does it justify its aggression and the collateral damage (way in exes of
    9/11) caused thereby. How many innocent lives does vengeance (tho your God
    claims that right) demand

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