From: Joe Dees (joedees@addall.com)
Date: Wed Jan 16 2002 - 05:26:57 GMT

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    ('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) Verbally, we can only point to ourselves without using meaningful words, by shouting 'Hey!" This seems to be a verbal analogue of 'pointing to'. Or has 'Hey!" come to mean "Look at me!"? But I think it probably worked before words to that effect in a common symbol system were created.

    In any case, it seems that enough modes have been identified to relate them in a structure and thereby to discover the rest, if any more exist, by filling in the structural holes.

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