Re: Terrorist Entropy vs Extropic Liberty

Ian Goddard (
Sun, 04 Aug 1996 14:21:25 -0400

At 08:22 PM 8/3/96 -0500, Lyle Burkhead wrote:

> In view of what happened with the Grand Jury, will Michael Tigar
> be allowed to explore all the issues? Or is it understood that
> some questions must not be asked?

IAN: This is what one of McVeigh's lawyers said:

" When you know everything I do - and you will - you
will never think of the American government in the
same way again." -- Tim McVeigh's defense attorney,
Stephen Jones speaking at the Univ. of Oklahoma

This implies that the defense has and will use devastating evidence
against the govt. So it sounds like their going to take it right
to the govt. But we'll see. This could be a threat that is
actually a pretext to deal making.

Law of Identity: A is A, relative to not-A. A = (A + ~A)

Law of Nonidentity: If there is 100% A, there is 0% A. A = ~A

absolute reality: