Re: EXTROPIC ART: The Importance of Creativity

E. Shaun Russell (
Sat, 1 Mar 1997 21:36:01 -0800 (PST)

On 01/03/97, Robin wrote:

>Of course we can challenge that statement. Unless "idea" is
>broadened so far as to cover all human attributes, there are lots of
>(combinations of) attributes that make us each unique.

Yes, you are correct to an extent. However, although our
appearances are unique in some way or another, the process of physical
uniquity can be mapped. The cells will replace themselves fully in X amount
of years. However, with thoughts and ideas, the stream of consciousness is
totally unpredictable and wholly changable at any instant. You may like to
read Anders' story _An Autobiography Of A Thought_ in the latest edition of
Homo Excelsior Magazine (debutting on March 3rd...and yes, that *was* a
sales pitch! (~:)

Ingredi Externus!

-E. Shaun Russell

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