The day has arrived - Einstein said it, and he was right ...
philmt59 at aol.com
Mon Oct 29 10:44:53 CDT 2012
I'm sorry, but watching my son, his friends and many of my students using this new-fangled technodgery constructively and innovatively just highlights the positive benefits. If the pictures had been of kids a generation ago wasting their time talking / listening on short- wave radio, we'd be full of nostalgia for a technological age gone by. The hours I wasted mindlessly listening to my crystal set as a kid...
Meanwhile, every generation has had its idiots, and they've outnumbered the rest of us for at least a millennium.
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On 29 Oct 2012, at 14:35, Mike O'Dell <mo at ccr.org> wrote:
> one can also still be right even if the reason cited is wrong.
> maybe "overlaps" is the wrong word. how about "usurps"?
> it's hard to look at some of those pictures and
> not see some behavior that qualifies as
> "chlorine in the gene pool".
> On 10/28/12 9:32 PM, Richard O'Neill wrote:
>> Einstein was just as subject to erroneous conclusions as anyone. That statement is a pessimistic view I do not understand and can not share.
>> It's taken our species a long time to arrive at where we are. I have great optimism for our future.
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