On Thursday, September 20, 2012 11:16:19 PM UTC-4, Stephen Paul King wrote:
> On 9/20/2012 9:49 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote: 
> Physical computers are assembled substances which exhibit exceptionally 
> normative, controllable, and observable behaviors. 
> Craig 
>      To understand a thing is to control a thing. 
Yes! Sort of. I have this whole concept of how motive participation evolves 
through sense in a linear, strategic way. Think of the panopticon 
perspective, where the control center is the hub of a wheel of cells which 
can be observed by the controllers. This metaphorically elevated position 
mirrors the physically elevated position, like a hilltop in battle, where 
the more terrain you can view, the more you can theoretically control the 
outcome of the battle strategically...


You can still understand that you are going to get your ass kicked. 
Understanding gives you potential to control, and motive to control, but 
the execution of control requires...resources. Which means using your 
motives in a way which causes other beings to cause other beings to 
sympathize with your motives, leverage their own motives against rocks and 
sticks and high explosives, etc.. to be come more *persuasive*. 


> Onward! 
> Stephen 
> http://webpages.charter.net/stephenk1/Outlaw/Outlaw.html 

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