Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Gil Hardwick (
Fri, 19 May 1995 04:30:43 GMT

In article <Admin.0z2q@oubliette.COM>, Eric Shook (Panopticon@oubliette.COM) writes:
>_MY_ point was only that.....MUST be an intellectual concept. To symbolize
>an abstract or a concrete thought the object must be an intellectual

This all gets tangled up in the choice of words, doesn't it?

Eric, how the hell can a thought be concrete. Thoughts are surely the
most ephemeral of entities.

>A log is a concept. It may have physical reality, but then so does that
>which zero represents. Zero does not just happen in the mind.

You're only getting into more strife here . . .

>I have been so absolutely misinterpreted upon this thread, that it makes me
>just want to puke!

Choice of words, old son! Choice of words.