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Re: re: Loose Ends (BRAINSTORM) [message #118810] Tue, 24 September 2013 14:36
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Date: Sat, 9-Mar-85 18:57:22 EST
Article-I.D.: ucla-cs.4237
Posted: Sat Mar  9 18:57:22 1985
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Reply-To: srt@ucla-cs.UUCP (Scott Turner)
Organization: UCLA Computer Science Department
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In article <509@ahutb.UUCP> leeper@ahutb.UUCP (m.leeper) writes:

>   ...   The at-death-experience is one of the least interesting
>implications they could follow. ...
>				Mark Leeper
>				...ihnp4!ahutb!leeper

Oh, come on now.  The question of what happens when a man dies can
hardly be considered uninteresting.  Some would argue that this
question is what has driven man to civilization and the pursuit of
knowledge.  I hardly think this is "one of the least interesting"
topics BRAINSTORM could have pursued, particularly given the need
to write a story, and not just a collection of interesting extrapolations.

				-- Scott Turner
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