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 Forum: The Quadrangle   Topic: [risque, I think] Archetype of sexuality?

Posted: Wed February 2nd, 9:32 pm 

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No, no, Fräulein Bernstein, definitely nothing you have said is in the least offensive. It is a difficult subject to discuss, but we do like to feel we can discuss anything. Your contributions are, as always, much valued.

 Forum: The Quadrangle   Topic: [risque, I think] Archetype of sexuality?

Posted: Tue February 1st, 12:54 pm 

Replies: 13
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It is a while since I had access to a copy of The Feminine Régime . My impression was that it is decidedly the most "erotic" of the early Aristasian books. But it is also the book that stresses on several occasions that eroticism is best when not consummated (naturally there is no hint of ...

 Forum: The Quadrangle   Topic: The Nine Million Lives of Schrödinger's Cat

Posted: Wed November 17th, 11:48 am 

Replies: 7
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Thank you! I have been playing with this wonderful elektra-toy and I love it! What is even more amusing is the "moral" some people draw from these size comparisons. This is shown with devastating wit in The Opium of the Suburbs . People really do think like that! My favorite quotation: the...

 Forum: The Quadrangle   Topic: For Miss Willow

 Post subject: Re: For Miss Willow
Posted: Sat October 30th, 1:52 pm 

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A written poem can be explained entirely in terms of the poet's finger-movements. A mother can be explained in chemical terms - so much carbon, so much calcium etc. etc., and such explanations can have a certain utility on a certain level. But if you say that you now know all there is to know about ...

 Forum: The Quadrangle   Topic: The Nine Million Lives of Schrödinger's Cat

Posted: Thu October 14th, 4:10 pm 

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In order to see if we can stimulate some Forum discussion, here are some provoking thoughts! To the apparent paradox represented by Schrödinger's cat an increasing number of Tellurian physicists would now give the answer that the cat is indeed both alive and dead: that the cosmos countlessly bifurca...

 Forum: The New Blue Camellia Club   Topic: Whither the Fora? Or wither the Fora?

Posted: Thu October 14th, 3:34 pm 

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I do agree. Heartbook is not really structured for extensive discussios and the Fora are. They have all thenecessary tools for creating threads, editing etc. Also everything written here appears on the right-hand column of Heartbook so we still have a one-stop location for all the latest things.

 Forum: The New Blue Camellia Club   Topic: Whither the Fora? Or wither the Fora?

Posted: Thu October 14th, 11:08 am 

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"The Fora" in one form or another have been the heart of the "Great Aristasian Conversation" since at least the days of the rainbow-colored Blondes' and Brunettes' Club (who remembers that?) But now the Fora are becoming rather empty, with Heartbook largely taking their place. Of...

 Forum: Outland matters   Topic: The "needlessness" of God

Posted: Fri September 3rd, 10:29 am 

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Over two centuries ago, Napoleon said to the mathematician Laplace: "M. Laplace, you have written this large book on the system of the universe, and have never even mentioned its Creator." Laplace replied "Je n'avais pas besoin de cette hypothèse-là." ("I had no need of that...

 Forum: For New Visitors   Topic: A Late Introduction

 Post subject: Re: A Late Introduction
Posted: Mon August 9th, 10:19 pm 

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 Forum: For New Visitors   Topic: A Late Introduction

 Post subject: Re: A Late Introduction
Posted: Mon August 9th, 6:07 am 

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Welcome to the forums! It is wonderful to racinate your life and become more sensitive to the finer things. I noticed on Heartbook you are watching nicer television now. Do you ever hear up-to-date radio? There are just thousands of shows freely available in elektraspace (I can help you find some if...
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