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Hi firstname.lastname@example.org -
>Think of Stephen Hawkins. He hasn't much possibilities for any
>kind of behaviors. So how does he learn about the universe?
What do you call getting a professorship, or writing books? Don't take me
literally about the bicycle thing.
"I write in order to find out what I know." - Patricia Hampl
How do you learn about the universe?
He has senses. Always has.
Some of his response behaviors are shut off, but, technical compensation
is there. He has many behaviors available.
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