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Mar 26, 2006 03:09 PM
by Cass Silva

Leon, the idea came to me from out of nowhere and probably should remain there, however, here goes.

If each pore of our body contains our DNA and we are on a spinning globe, is it feasible to imagine that looked upon from above, we would appear as spinning centrifugal and centripetal helixes?

cASS wrote: Hi everyone,

I just wondered if the instructional article at the website below could refer 
to one or another "scientist," "philosopher," or "psychologist" in this forum 
who uses some of the means described to debunk the ideas of others who 
disagree with or contradict their current beliefs or conceptions about the nature of 
reality?   If so, would such a one please, either cease and desist from such 
methods of argument, or come forward and apologize to whoever has been so 
denied in public.   

Thank you,

Leon Maurer

"Zen . . . And the Art of Debunkery"

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