Harvey Newstrom <mail@HarveyNewstrom.com> Wrote:
>Two PC's running the same program should act and be treated the same.
>That does not mean that they are the same PC.
But it does mean it's the same program. A program is what a PC does,
Harvey Newstrom is what matter does when it is organizes in a
Harvey Newstromish way.
>I cannot destroy one and claim that I committed no property damage.
Nor can you destroy one CD of Windows 98 and claim that Windows 98
no longer exists.
>You seem to repeatedly blur the concept of "similar" to "identical" to
>"same" to "one."
Exactly, some things are a distinction without a difference.
John K Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
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