Re: Gematria, Cryptology, and Extropic Mysticism

Date: Wed Nov 15 2000 - 11:44:30 MST

In a message dated Wed, 15 Nov 2000 12:21:37 PM Eastern Standard Time, Nicq
MacDonald <> writes:

<< > Human beings have the amazing ability of believing dozens of
contradictory > things at the same time, and yet remain functionally sane (in
fact, that > might be a defining aspect of human intelligence -- AI designers
take note).
> Doesn't make them right.

You're clearly stuck in a "rationalist" reality tunnel. Report to the
deconditioning room.

-Nicq >>

No thanks -- if I ever want to get my head stuffed with nonsense, I'll go
back to being a Catholic.

Proud secular humanist and materialist.
Still undecided on Extropianism

God doesn't exist, unless we manufacture Him/Her/It, or, preferably, we
*become* Him/Her/It.


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