Re: virus: The Kingdom...

James Veverka (
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Dave......Jeremy Rifkin is Ted Kozynski's twin brother that didn't get in so much trouble!

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At 09:32 PM 5/18/99 -0400, psypher wrote:
>...they popped out of my noggin, I could probably think up more, but
>those are the assumptions that have been dominant in the postings of
>the most ardent advocates of the primacy of science on this list.

I concede that most of us probably believe that wholes are composed of parts. Do you have any counterexamples in mind?

As for the rest, I suggest you question your own assumptions about our views.

>...I'd have to cite influence from Neil Postman's "Technopoly",
>Jeremy Rifkin's "Biosphere Politics" and "Entropy" and most of the
>other stuff I've been reading lately.

You believed Rifkin's "Entropy"? Did you know that the earth is in fact not a closed system?

David McFadzean       
Memetic Engineer      
Church of Virus