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On Monday, February 4, 2002, at 09:23 , Joe Dees wrote:
> The question is : Does he consider the evolution of brain complexity
> beyond the Godelian threshhold that allows for self-reference to itself
> be a tipping point permitting the creation and evolution of culture? I
Ah. Now, please, (don't complain), expand 'Godelian threshold' to a
nine-year old's level of understanding, and I'll have something to ask.
Mostly, because if he doesn't know what a Godelian threshold is, I know
I couldn't explain it....
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