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Subject: RE: [Vo]:affective vs. effective communication

The non-locality is a interesting problem.

I am not sure that space parameters do not exist that are like  magnetic 
permeability and electric permittivity, but apply to communication of 
information about the local energy (for example, rotating magnetic flux) and 
angular momentum at other  volumes of separated space.  And in addition other 
space parameters may act to limit the density of energy and angular momentum in 
nearby space volumes.

Maybe Jurg can comment on this conjecture.

Bob Cook

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Sent: Saturday, April 11, 2020 9:43 AM
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Subject: [Vo]:affective vs. effective communication

This illustrates the difference between affective and effective communication.


It could also be used as a guide for understanding the difference between local 
and non-local communication.

The emotional state of the child affectively induces a change in the emotional 
of the adult. This may happen non-locally even before the image of the child 
reaches the adult's eyes.  The change in the emotional state of the adult is 
not certain but in this case the adult effectively responds kindly by giving 
the child the teddy. The transfer of the teddybear happens at less than the 
speed of light.


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