Re: ality

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Date: Sat Feb 02 2002 - 22:24:13 GMT

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    On Saturday, February 2, 2002, at 01:54 , Joe Dees wrote:

    > This could be because cues remained in the surrounding tissue which
    > made relearning relatively easy.

    Evolution has seen to it that we are born with a brain already filled
    with such clues, both for learning, and re-learning.

    And like in many mystery stories, plenty of clues turn out to be red

    - Wade

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