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Please, I want to know the meanning of Aeon.

-- Jose A. Moya (, October 16, 2000


Then use your cursor and scroll the page up a little. I think there are, what, 5 threads about this?

-- Paul (, October 17, 2000.

Remember kids, only you can prevent redundant posting.

-- Paul (, October 17, 2000.

Did anyone ever see the Star Trek where a civilization that became so advanced that only these brains in glass boxes are apparent, and speak back and forth telepathically. Well, sometimes I feel like the older posts are the ancient civilization written by the 'brains' that no longer have bodies that run and jump, and can no longer understand the pleasure of it either. Paul, for heavens sake, you were once the one who gave the 'meaning of Aeon'. Have you forgotten the joy of live exploration.

-- Barb e (, October 17, 2000.

Then we should go on debating the same old things endlessly?

-- Paul (, October 17, 2000.

No, but we could let others have their debates. Btw glad you answered me, I was afraid I offended you. You have the ability to face others with honest confrontation and yet keep it polite, I think you must be a very strong person inside to do this, as few seem to manage it. Peter Chung did managed it well and under fire, with one who I shall not name.

-- Barb e (, October 17, 2000.

Paul has a point though, we may as well not cover old ground to death, or at least, keep it all organized. But hey, it's the internet. Chaos can't be avoided completely.

-- Matthew Rebholz (, October 17, 2000.

Oooh, ever read yourself the next day and think, "hey, how come I sound like a fortune cookie?" Forget what I said, (except for the reference to the brains of course). I get too preachy sometimes, ha, sorry.

-- Barb e (, October 18, 2000.

So I should just forget the "fortune cookie" part? Sorry, but I don't get flattered like that too often ;) Forget it, hell, I'm framing it... jk.

BTW I do read the old posts sometimes, especially Peter Chung's, that way I can build up a frame of reference & not have to ask the same question twice. Err, for the most part!

-- Paul (, October 18, 2000.

Ha ha. Well, it does sound a bit like Confucius says; but really I meant it. Speaking of reading Peter's old posts, isn't his level of intellect incredible when you go back and review his posts? Those were our golden days, I hope we hear from him again. I am anxiously awaiting this project he keeps mentioning.

-- Barb e (, October 18, 2000.

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