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The Fountain - Obliteration of controversy by functionalism. - Addition.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#FOC
<p>This post is first written on PhilosophyNow forum, Posted: Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:04 am - UTC + 1 hour
and it has been edited 18.06.2010 so that it now looks like this:<br>
to finish this completely, title of the exhibition segment, "This is not art! Comment to art and The Fountain! - Obliteration
of controversy by functionalism"</p>

<p>The additional actions should be carried out on my contrasting object: while "The Fountain" is thus titled and
signed R. Mutt, I now call the sink "Sink to the Ground and Hello Major Tom" and I sign it with I. Bowtoyou!</p>

<p>This completes this thread, I think!</p>

<p>This post is first written on PhilosophyNow forum, posted: Fri Jun 18, 2010 8:07 pm - UTC + 1 hour and later edited
the same day so that it looks like this:<br>
One can plausibly argue that the Mona Lisa by Da Vinci is always recognisable everywhere as art while this pissoir or this
brick or my sink will certainly not at all pass as art eveywhere in its nakedness! Finishing line...?</p>

<p>It's worth paying attention to these "factors":<br>
<a id="i100" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Found_art">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Found_art</a></p>

<p><a id="i100" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuckism">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuckism</a></p>

<p><a id="i100" href="http://www.stuckism.com/stuckistmanifesto.html">http://www.stuckism.com/stuckistmanifesto.html</a></p>

<p>You should pay special attention to the sentence,<br>
"pt. 5. Art that has to be in a gallery to be art isn't art."</p>

<p>So there you are, on one point, I'm in agreement with the Stuckist movement!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#FOC
Tue, 22 Jun 2010 18:15:00 GMT



Criticism of Kuhn's Paradigms - Building Babel's Tower - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CKP
<p>This part is first written on PhilosophyNow forum, posted: Tue Jun 08, 2010 7:26 pm - UTC + 1 hour<br>
I just like to add, having learnt of Ian Hacking's "Interactive Kinds", that it may be just as an effective term to describe
the history of science as my "Interconnectedness, Complexity and Technology (ICT)". Also, "interactive kinds" reinforces "natural
kinds" beautifully!</p>

<p>Therefore, you may already now want to begin to read Ian Hacking and make your own Cumulativist version of it! Good luck!</p>

<p>------------------------------</p>

<p>This part is first written PhilosophyNow forum 21.06.2010.<br>
I'm wondering about writing about the "paradigm" of the microscope to crush the notion of paradigm because the microscope (or
the telescope) extends so beautifully from our natural observing capacity and through relatively plausible optics mechanisms. Eventually
I hope this is to happen, the crushing of the notion of paradigm, nevertheless.</p>

<p>It can be worth noting the preceding history to the laboratory and why one has decided to use laboratories in the first place. Because
Kuhn is explicitly unable or not willing to separate theory and necessary experiment apparatus for making the case of the theory. Thus,
experiment apparatus is not some arbitrary "black magic" device, but maybe in the Kuhnian sense, charicaturely!</p>

<p>What other choice is there? There are indeed deep limitations to being a human being, thus we need the microscope, the LHC, the
other particle accelerators, the SOHO satelite, the spectrometer and the rest!</p>

<p>It maybe unnecessary to say that this writing or outlining will be a total crash with "The Structure" even if his "Structure"
in many senses is well told and expertly composed.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CKP
Tue, 22 Jun 2010 03:10:00 GMT



Neo-Kantian Ethics, The Ethics of Integrity - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/ethics.html
<p id="pfe">Intension, Attitude and Action (objective) are the objective determinants of Integrity.
Be careful for what you do, please! As an alternative to the Good Will of I. Kant, you can think of
labelling your propositions in your head with the appropriate value, ie. wrong, right, unknown and
undecided. This makes you more safely founded in moving forwards in life with regards to ethical
and moral decisions you make. Not that both Good Will and this Labelling go well together because
I think they do!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/ethics.html
Wed, 09 Jun 2010 22:45:00 GMT



Comments on Arguments of Companions in Guilt - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
<p>I see the description of an Ethical Objective system as an (mathematical) intersection of the above 4 points. The Ethical
Objective system should thus satisfy the most strict and strongest requirements for such a system. It's worth noting that it should be
humanly possible to fit into it with a least one
member, one human being, and that it should live up to general requirements of plausibility and reasonability.</p>

<p>Although I've written about rationality above I like to write the following to make it perfectly clear. There are (at least) two
kinds of Rationality that it's fair to speak of. One is the rationality according to function, being the way
you apply your mind to whatever problems, practical or intellectual. The other one is rationality as in being of good mental health,
being well-developed. It should be clear that rationality is the top premise of this Ethically Objective system that I ascribe and develop
from a Neo-Kantian position.</p>

<p>This is a writing for removing any religious notion to the word Rationality and thus the system of Rationality may seem reasonable to
everyone. I'm in doubt whether I. Kant has meant any religiousness at all with his "kingdom of ideas". People have interpreted it this
way, but I can't see that there's a single factual instance of this in his text. Quite the opposite, I think he thinks that the common
person is able to make clever thoughts, to take part in the "kingdom of ideas". I find this a much more charitable reading of him and
it makes him look better too!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Wed, 09 Jun 2010 22:45:00 GMT



What are your philosophical positions? - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#WPP
<p>Posted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 1:46 pm UTC; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>Added philosophical position, thus:<br>
I'd like to add a position to Epistemology: Internalist Externalist Compatibilist!</p>

<p>I also continuously update the first post accordingly! I note that few replies deal with the traditional concepts of positions in
philosophy. While I don't really care what position people like to have, I'd like to say that bracing oneself against the more
established concepts can be more challenging than just to give a rhetoric account of one's view.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#WPP
Wed, 09 Jun 2010 22:45:00 GMT



The Fountain - Obliteration of controversy by functionalism. - Addition.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#FOC
<p>Posted: Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:04 am UTC; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>To finish this completely:<br>
Title of the exhibition segment: Comment to art and The Fountain! - Obliteration of controversy by functionalism</p>

<p>While "The Fountain" is thus titled and signed R. Mutt I now call the sink
"Sink to the Ground and Hello Major Tom" and I sign it with I. Bowtoyou!</p>

<p>Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 1:44 pm UTC; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>I try to envision the presentation of almost any bare metal sink. It should be no problem to imagine such a sink
from your own home placed next to a pissoir at an art exhibition.</p>

<p>This is only a simple objection and an attempt to draw a line in encircling some good advice or norms on what
can be considered art to any extent.</p>

<p>I don't deny people the right or promote such a denial of right for people to be absolutely free to regard or
present whatever they like as art/aesthetics. As such, this view of mine is purely subjective, a view people
may or may not agree with.</p>

<p>I don't want to or can make any more points to this thread. The further work here is actually the work on
presenting this as a part of an art exhibition and I'll consider this depending on what contacts I make in that regard.</p>

<p>Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 1:55 pm UTC; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>Regarding the Fountain by Duchamp, I wonder if it's a social comment on a muttonhead, making us associate the "art"
that takes place when a muttonhead is assaulted for being a muttonhead and thus the whole ramble that follows of shit,
concluded by the spilling of grained remains of this muttonhead down the drain to the sewer.</p>

<p>As such, the "fountain" of shit may be this "Fountain" from Duchamp! What do you think? Is he playing a point on
social realism here, ironic or laconic or whatever?</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#FOC
Wed, 09 Jun 2010 22:45:00 GMT



New quote to "My Own Quotes"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
'To exercise the correct morals is to be triumphant as a human being!' - TL
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
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Wed, 09 Jun 2010 22:45:00 GMT



The Turing Test - New writing.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#TTT
<p>Posted: Tue Jun 01, 2010 4:22 pm UTC; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>I'm curious as to what the Turing test is good for.</p>

<p>On the one hand you have this computer set-up that's programmed semantically by a number of
programmers. On the other you have this semantic (naturally) one person. Between these two,
the computer and the person, another person is asked if this person can separate the machine from the human, the person.</p>

<p>So if one considers this from the two year old to the hundred year old, being the span of the age of this
person who is to determine the person from the computer, the older person naturally has a greater range of
questions to ask than the younger person, usually, because age means greater reflection.<br>
Naturally, the older person does this better than the younger (you may deduct the very oldest).</p>

<p>If you in addition to this give a time limit for making the question, like 10 minutes, I think it's reasonable to
say that this gets severely much more difficult. So if one is combining the very young age with a relative short
time-limit to ask the questions, I think it's fair to suggest that a considerable number of people will fail the test,
being unable to separate the person from the semantically programmed computer if it's comprehensive enough.</p>

<p>So what is the Turing test supposed to prove? What is its significance? The person and the programmers are semantically
indistinguishable. That is, the computer system may even prove more advanced than the person if one puts enough programming
into it. Sure, one can point to the possibility for actually being able to present a computer system that can answer like
a person can or even better, but this is already done and is surely matching the younger people in combination with the time-limit.</p>

<p>My conclusion is that the Turing test is of no significance (anymore) since the programming possibilities are so vast!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#TTT
Thu, 03 Jun 2010 11:00:00 GMT



Metaphysics, The Establishment of Non-Dogmatic New Intelligent Design (NDNID) - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/god.html
<p>Posted: Tue May 25, 2010 6:04 pm UTC; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>I can't see how the atheist is more rational than the deist/theist.<br>
Why should the bare view of today's science say anything about the complete human experience, from God possibly to earth and back
to God again, that is including afterlife? I admit we don't have evidence of after-life or more than just the (mortal) birth,
life and (mortal) death of a human, but still this is short of many other perspectives.<br>
So while the atheist puts one's sensitivities on science and what can "be put under the microscope", the deist/theist has one's
sensitivities on meaning, ethics, infinity and the ontology of intelligence, that all in all is far more rational than what any atheist can muster!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
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Thu, 03 Jun 2010 11:00:00 GMT



New quote to "My Own Quotes"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
Some black humour and reflection on philosophy. 'The celebration of philosophy: only the living are dead
and the dead are the living!' - TL

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
Thu, 20 May 2010 13:15:00 GMT



The duplication of person - Personal Identity - New writing.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#DOP
<p>Issues From the Internet, Thu May 20, 2010 6:15 am UTC + 1 hour; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>I've come to think about something on the duplication of person:<br>
A comment on being copied to another one of yourself. If you are indeed being copied into another then one can surely say
that only one would have the real impression of being one in the world while the copy would only have a real impression of
being two, no matter how you put it. So, being copied into another would of course fool the copy, but the one who's copied
would always be oneself.</p>

<p>The stuff is hypothetical, yet it can be written this way, I think.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#DOP
Thu, 20 May 2010 13:15:00 GMT



The Worth of Philosophy - New writing.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#WOP
<p>Issues From the Internet, Posted: Thu May 20, 2010 1:14 am UTC + 1 hour; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>If I'm to give you my best opinion on the worth of philosophy, it's this. As far those descriptions are good for something
to you is up to you, but philosophy generally carries itself by its virtue of importance. If it's no longer, it becomes a
matter of historical fact of human activity and reasoning. Cheers!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#FOC
Thu, 20 May 2010 13:15:00 GMT



The Fountain - Obliteration of controversy by functionalism. - New writing.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#FOC
<p>Issues From the Internet, Posted: Wed May 19, 2010 12:18 am UTC + 1 hour; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>Please think of an art exhibition where there are several art objects. Now, when you come to the Fountain you find
this pissoir along with a sink by my idea and there are details/posters explaining the context and history of this.</p>

<p>So, I suggest that if you place this pissoir along with this bare metal sink made with only function in mind, you do
indeed destroy the Fountain as a comment to the art world and I think this may be something to think about because it restores
art as being art, the strenuous effort of artistic expression. Therefore, the sink obliterates the Fountain/pissoir as being a
destructive comment to art.</p>

<p>Wikipedia information on <a id="i100" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fountain_%28Duchamp%29">"The Fountain"
by Duchamp</a>.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#FOC
Wed, 19 May 2010 23:10:00 GMT



New quote to "My Own Quotes"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
'If callousness toward these [horrible, perverse, deviant and cruel] people is what you see in me then you have touched
my mind with yours!' TL

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
Tue, 18 May 2010 03:40:00 GMT



Reasons to die as an Optimist! Writing on the blog.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/index.blog/1405810/reasons-to-die-as-an-optimist/
<p>...and not the last breath "F*ck the World!"</p>

<p>Points (allegedly):<br>
- legacy of your life. Your track record should be laid down so that you can draw your last breath with a smile.</p>

<p>- the next generation. Life is done with the aim to help the next generation on its feet!</p>

<p>- living memory. If you've conducted your life properly, people further down the family tree and others will remember you fondly.</p>

<p>- energies. If you've lived your life ethically, you'll float into after-life along with all sorts of happy energies by your side/intimate to
you. (People are naturally skeptical about "energies", but you can think of it like the energies you get from loving relations and sex.)</p>

<p>- the after-life. If there's an after-life and you've conducted your life properly/ethically then you can face death with the most
courage possible, being certain of your deeds in your mortal life.</p>

<p>This is first written on Philosophy Now forum here: <a id="i100" href="http://forum.philosophynow.org/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=4272">
http://forum.philosophynow.org/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=4272</a>.</p>

<p>I hope you like the little writing! Enjoy!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/index.blog/1405810/reasons-to-die-as-an-optimist/
Mon, 17 May 2010 01:22:00 GMT



Issues From the Internet - General notice!
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html
Note! These time-records may be inaccurate. They may be UTC, UTC +1 or other time-records, especially from Philosophyforums
as they're presented there. You should therefore pay attention to this when you look for the posts on these two sites as I've been
inconsistent on copying time-records of being logged in (usually CET) or not (default for the site).

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
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Thu, 13 May 2010 03:50:00 GMT



What are your philosophical positions? - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#WPP
<p>Issues From the Internet, Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 3:26 am; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>I've added today, along with these former positions, that I still hold, Free Will Philosopher and De Dicto - Propositional - Philosopher.<br>
It may be unnecessary to say that I encourage people to find their own ways in the philosophical landscape as a way to keep track of one's own
thinking. Cheers!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#WPP
Thu, 13 May 2010 03:50:00 GMT



Addition to "An Attack on Indexicality"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#AAI
<p>Posted: Mon May 10, 2010 6:53 pm; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>So, some "funny" thoughts:<br>
I am John Perry -> John Perry is presenting John Perry to others.</p>

<p>I am John Perry -> John Perry is John Perry in John Perry's belief (reinforcing self-belief or just thinking about one's identity and name)</p>

<p>In my opinion, it may be possible to equalise the de re position with the de dicto position and thus making it quite
indifferent of what kind of propositional belief you have. This means also that it all boils down to description again! A
fundamental/necessary belief in Indexicals is futile in my opinion. They can be bypassed. Proper description may be richer too, as shown above.</p>

<p>[Edit, 11.05.2010:]<br>
From Wikipedia, 11.05.2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_re :<br>
Quote: "There are two possible interpretations of the sentence "Peter believes someone is out to get him". On one
interpretation, 'someone' is unspecific and Peter suffers a general paranoia; he believes that it is true that a
person is out to get him, but does not necessarily have any beliefs about who this person may be. What Peter
believes is that the predicate 'is out to get Peter' is satisfied. This is the de dicto interpretation.</p>

<p>On the de re interpretation, 'someone' is specific, picking out some particular individual. There is some
person Peter has in mind, and Peter believes that person is out to get him." End of quote from Wikipedia.</p>

<p>De re: As it focuses on the person, the "thing", one can plausibly write this:<br>
Peter believes someone is out to get him because he's suffering from paranoia and thus his belief may/is not (be) true.<br>
Peter believes someone is out to get him because he knows about this person who is out to get him.<br>
I think these two explanations are better to clarify the situation. To simply assert that a shortcoming of information
explains one position better than the other, is simply to be untruthful and dishonest.</p>

<p>De dicto: As it focuses on the words, the sentences, one can plausibly write this:<br>
Peter believes someone is out to get him because he's suffering from paranoia and thus his belief may/is not (be) true.<br>
Peter believes someone is out to get him because he knows about this person who is out to get him.<br>
The sentences become the same because the care for information adheres to both positions regardless if you focus on the
"thing" in question or the words/sentences.</p>

<p>I can't believe this proves my point on de re and de dicto, but it's at least a precursor of what I believe
is to come on the distinction between de re and de dicto. I've also come across de se (of oneself) that may fall
into the same batch as one should always take into account that the world is not in your head or anyone else's,
thus one should accomodate one's views to fit objectivity or everything thereof or as close to it as one can get. [End of edit.]</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
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Tue, 11 May 2010 02:40:00 GMT



Comments on Arguments of Companions in Guilt - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
<p>Addition to "Philosophical Notes...": Rationality in this sense is nothing mysterious. It's just
the capacity to score well/great on IQ-tests, having a fine, intelligent flow of thoughts and doing a good or great
working performance, whatever this may be, being in the stream so to speak!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
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Mon, 10 May 2010 18:50:00 GMT



New quote to "My Own Quotes"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
'I want to live with my dreams because then I never get disappointed!' TL
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Sun, 09 May 2010 20:40:00 GMT



New page on the website: Suggestion for a New Norwegian Flag!
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/norwegian_flag.html
<p>Suggestion for a New Norwegian Flag!</p>

<img id="nfc" src="Norway_flag.gif" border=10>

<p>The cross can be kept as the fine symbol for the lunatic's refuge of putting their sins on their (personal) Jesus Christ. Black is for corruption,
red is for blood and torture and blue is for depths of the lunatics' mentality. Cheers! I hope it will become official really soon
so that it better represents what Norway is and stands for.</p>

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Sat, 08 May 2010 02:30:00 GMT



Song: "Det Kriminelle Norge - Hyllest til Black Debbath"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/various_designs.html
<p>Tittel: Det Kriminelle Norge - Hyllest til Black Debbath<br>
(Title: The Criminal Norway - Tribute to Black Debbath (transl. Black Debate, loosely, can also play on the dipping of children
into the iron cauldron, a bath), a Norwegian band)<br>
Notat: Det er meningen at denne sangen skal synges på norsk slik som Black Debbaths vokalist synger sangene<br>
(Note: It's the intention that this song is to be sung in Norwegian like the lead singer of Black Debbath sings the songs)<br>
<br>
Det kriminelle Norge vil ha verden i dets hand<br>
(The criminal Norway wants the world in its hand)<br>
<br>
Og det gjør vi ved tortur av barn og menneskehandel!<br>
(And we do that by torturing our children and human trafficking)<br>
<br>
<br>
VÃ¥res praksis er mer korrupsjon enn profesjon!<br>
(Our practice is more corruption than profession!)<br>
<br>
Det kriminelle Norge vil ha verden i dets hand<br>
(The criminal Norway wants the world in its hand)<br>
<br>
<br>
Våre lover og vårt demokrati er bare formalitet!<br>
(Our laws and our democracy is just formality!)<br>
<br>
Det kriminelle Norge vil ha verden i dets hand<br>
(The criminal Norway wants the world in its hand)<br>
<br>
<br>
Og kjøper vi ikke verden, dere tullinger, med vårt kriminalitetsfremmende oljefond?!!<br>
(And don't we buy the world, you fools, with our crime promoting oil fund?!!)<br>
<br>
Det kriminelle Norge vil ha verden i dets hand<br>
(The criminal Norway wants the world in its hand)<br>
<br>
Slutt (for nå)<br>
End (for now)<br>
<br>
(Det er mulig jeg skriver mer på denne sangen!)<br>
(It's possible I write more on this song!)<br>
<br>
Two examples of Black Debbath performance:<br>
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1fdFzLn6VY">Mongo Norway</a>. Mongo in Norwegian is a scornful remark alluding to an
idiot/dumbass and in the past also to people with Down's Sydrome because of their facial features in similarity to the people of
Mongolia. Even though he's singing smuget means danger in Norwegian, it's actual meaning is back alley (assumably where dirty
things take place). Mongo Norway (A Guide To Nightlife In Oslo) is the title of the song and Smuget is a former pub/nightclub in Oslo.<br>
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxfztPJY ... re=related">Det er problemer innad i Høyre</a>!<br>
(There are many more, just search for the band name.)</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/various_designs.html
Sat, 08 May 2010 02:30:00 GMT



Searle's Chinese Room Argument on Its Head - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#SCR
<p>Issues From the Internet, Posted: Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:49 am; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>It is funny, though, that if you turn Searle's [Chinese Room] argument on its head, it can be a nice qualia argument in
so far as the person in the room learning Chinese in this occasion, can show the genuine character of a human distinctly
apart from a computer. [One needs to hypothesise that this person has all the supplies necessary and as being hypothetical
as Mary, the scientist in The Knowledge Argument.]</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#SCR
Wed, 05 May 2010 01:20:00 GMT



Comments on Arguments of Companions in Guilt - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
<p>Addition to "Philosophical Notes...": .../make a good case for it.</p>

<p>It should be a fundamental belief that morality/ethics is to respect rationality in others, also the potential of
such in others, eg. children. This doesn't capture ecology very well, but I can think of it as intelligent/rational to
allow nature and animals alike a natural life (for various reasons) incl. agricultural/aquacultural. Thus, as this is a
facet of being rational as a person, every person should respect people with ecological views and the ecological view
therefore becomes the only ethical view in this respect, a general starting point.</p>

<p>Repugnance and appeal to emotions/feelings/aestheticism are not any good way to get there even though
I support every argument that makes a good foundation for Ethical Objectivity. (This has first been written, in parts, on
the Philosophy Now forum, 26th April, 2010.)</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Tue, 04 May 2010 18:50:00 GMT



The River Argument and The Resources Divide - Addition
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RARD
<p>Addition to "Philosophical Notes...": Firstly, it seems that Deontological Ethics and Rule
Utilitarianism converge into the same good ethical picture. Further, Rule Utilitarianism and Act Utilitarianism resemble
the discussion of Universals and Particulars in Metaphysics in which case I just say both! I bow to this. I can't see any important differences.</p>

<p>Utilitarianism Ethics = Deontological Ethics (identity logical relation). (This has first been written on
the Philosophyforums, 30th January, 2010.)</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RARD
Tue, 04 May 2010 18:50:00 GMT



Addition to "Thoughts, Alzheimer, Parkinson, Dementia""
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/thoughts_concerning_alzheimer.html
There's no doubt that personality plays a role in determining
the relationship to both yourself and your body. If you want to do it all away, just get yourself into a car-crash
and then you know where you've taken yourself, into the very car-crash!<br>
Here are some facts and reference for Parkinson's Disease:<br>
Affects about 120,000 people in the UK<br>
Most people who get Parkinson's are aged 50 or over<br>
A loss of nerve cells in the brain causes the symptoms of Parkinson's to appear<br>
From <a href="http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/8649344.stm">a BBC information page</a>.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/thoughts_concerning_alzheimer.html
Tue, 04 May 2010 17:15:00 GMT



"Scientific Explanation of Person"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#SEP
<p>Posted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:32 pm; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>Besides, who I am may not be an accident at all, but follows beautifully down the family tree of life and genetics, from ancient
ancestors to my parents (and to myself) today...</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#SEP
Tue, 04 May 2010 16:30:00 GMT



New quote to "My Own Quotes"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
'Do you have a big ego? Not in particular, it's within my brain and not bigger than my intelligence, being a kind of function of the two, thank you!'
TL

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
Tue, 04 May 2010 13:57:00 GMT



Addition to "An Attack on Indexicality"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#AAI
<p>Posted: Sat May 01, 2010 5:46 pm; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>It says in the paper by Perry, following from above, that:</p>
"In these three cases [you can investigate the paper for yourselves] the subjects in explaining their actions, would use
indexicals to characterize certain beliefs they came to have. These indexicals are essential, in that replacement of them
by other terms <b>destroys the force of the explanation, or at least requires certain assumptions to be made to preserve it.</b>"<br>
My emphasis.<br>
By essential in the meaning of necessary, this doesn't walk, I say. I'm against this notion of essential, but in exactly this quote,
I'm uncertain to what definite opposition I bother to have other than I can make equally good objective (without the use of indexicals,
especially "I") descriptions. It's also uncertain if using indexicals takes away any objectivity at all as the utterers are always in
the given context. Much of this has its responsibility upon the one who is making the description where I adhere to the possibility of
making as accurate a description as information and context allow, not necessarily without indexicals, but always possibly (as good).
This should therefore be an incredibly minor issue and it may be one that has been exaggerated by the publishers and editor of The
Philosophy of Language by A. P. Martinich, 5 ed., not really playing any important classic role at all.</p>

<p>On the other side, I've gained quite some consciousness of description by pursuing (more difficult) indexical-free descriptions
and it may represent fine training and insight in going through this yourself (possibly mostly in one's scientific pursuit).</p>

<p>Posted: Sun May 02, 2010 2:02 pm; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>There's no dogma in it for all I care. I use the indexicals all the time yet it strikes me that scientific
papers demand more rigour. There's no program to get rid of the indexicals! There's no holocaust of the indexicals (perhaps this is rather distasteful...).</p>

<p>Getting rid of them, dogmatically or systematically would require major efforts in a wide number of people and it would
probably go against people's logic (of what language is supposed to yield or provide).</p>

<p>In line with writing of present tense as the indexical now, I can present these two sentences:<br>
Should we have a cup of tea? Perhaps we can have a cup of tea later, if not? It can also be nice to think about this solution where
the 2nd sentence takes out everything later than "now", implied by the 1st, a kind of "locking nut" to the first nut on the bolt.</p>

<p>Long live the indexicals and also the possibility of doing without them. Cheers!</p>

<p>Posted: Mon May 03, 2010 5:07 pm; forum.philosophynow.org</p>

<p>This is the start of these examples I'm going to present indexical-free, equivalent to the indexical versions:</p>

<p>The Careless Shopper<br>
I once followed a trail of sugar on a supermarket floor, pushing my cart down the aisle on one side of a tall counter and
back the aisle on the other, seeking the shopper with a torn sack to tell him he was making a mess. With each trip around
the counter, the trail became thicker. But I seemed unable to catch up. Finally it dawned on me. I was the shopper I was trying to catch.<br>
I believed at the outset that the shopper with a torn sack was making a mess And I was right. But I didn't believe that I was making a
mess. That seems to be something I came to believe. And when I came to believe that, I stopped following the trail around around the
counter, and rearranged the torn sack in my cart. My change in beliefs seems to explain my change in behaviour.<br>
I am making a mess.</p>

<p>Indexical free (IF):<br>
John Perry once followed a trail of sugar on a supermarket floor, pushing John Perry's cart down the aisle on one side
of a tall counter and back the aisle on the other, seeking the shopper with a torn sack to tell the shopper with a
torn sack that the shopper with a torn sack was making a mess. With each trip around the counter, the trail became thicker.
But John Perry seemed unable to catch up. Finally it dawned on John Perry. John Perry was the shopper John Perry was trying to catch.<br>
John Perry believed at the outset that the shopper with a torn sack was making a mess. And John Perry was right. But John Perry
didn't believe that John Perry was making a mess. That seems to be something John Perry came to believe. And when John Perry
came to believe that, John Perry stopped following the trail around around the counter, and rearranged the torn sack in John
Perry's cart. John Perry's change in beliefs seems to explain John Perry's change in behaviour.<br>
John Perry is making a mess.</p>

<p>(It's presumed that John Perry's name stand to John Perry's own perceptions in this example. The shopper with a torn
sack is equally unique in John Perry's belief, that is, it is the same person John Perry is following.)</p>

<p>The Tardy Professor<br>
In the first a professor, who desires to attend the department meeting on time, and believes correctly that it begins at
noon, sits motionless in his office at that time. Suddenly he begins to move. What explains his action? A change in belief.
He believed all along that the department meeting starts at noon; he came to believe, as he would have put it, that it starts now.</p>

<p>IF:<br>
In the first a professor, who desires to attend the department meeting on time, and believes correctly that the department meeting
begins at noon, sits motionless in the professor's office at the moment of time. Suddenly the professor begins to move. What explains
the professor's action? A change in belief. The professor believed all along that the department meeting starts at noon; the professor
came to believe, as the professor would have put the words, that the meeting starts at the moment the professor realises the time, noon.</p>

<p>The Lost Hiker<br>
The author of the book, Hiker's Guide to the Desolation Wilderness, stands in the wilderness beside Gilmore Lake, looking at the Mt. Tallac
trail as it leaves the lake and climbs the mountain. He desires to leave the wilderness. He believes that the best way out from Gilmore
Lake is to follow the Mt. Tallac trail up the mountain to Cathedral Peaks trail, on to the Floating Island trail, emerging at Spring Creek
Tract Road. But he does not move. He is lost. He isn't sure whether he is standing beside Gilmore Lake, looking at Mt. Tallac, or beside
Clyde Lake looking at Jack's peak, or beside Eagle Lake looking at one of the Maggie peaks. Then he begins to move along the Mt. Tallac
trail. If asked, he would have explained the crucial change in his beliefs this way: "I came to believe that this is the Mt. Tallac trail
and that is Gilmore Lake."</p>

<p>IF:<br>
The author of the book, Hiker's Guide to the Desolation Wilderness, stands in the wilderness beside Gilmore Lake,
looking at the Mt. Tallac trail as the Mt. Tallac trail leaves the lake and climbs the mountain. The author desires
to leave the wilderness. The author believes that the best way out from Gilmore Lake is to follow the Mt. Tallac
trail up the mountain to Cathedral Peaks trail, on to the Floating Island trail, emerging at Spring Creek Tract Road.
But the author does not move. The author is lost. The author isn't sure whether the author is standing beside Gilmore
Lake, looking at Mt. Tallac, or beside Clyde Lake looking at Jack's peak, or beside Eagle Lake looking at one of the
Maggie peaks. Then the author begins to move along the Mt. Tallac trail. If asked, the author would have explained the
crucial change in the author's beliefs in the following way: "The author came to believe that the trail the author is
perceiving is the Mt. Tallac trail and the lake the author is perceiving is Gilmore Lake."</p>

<p>(The author of the book, Hiker's Guide to the Desolation Wilderness is the author throughout the text above.)</p>

<p>Except for the three headers that I've taken from a paper, these texts under these three headers are all the perfect reproduction of the paper of John Perry.</p>

<p>My argument/attack against indexicality is from a propositional, de dicto position. This written, it's in support of the
possibility (concerning even those entities that are not) of a good/exhaustive description that's context-specific.
Description is thus a matter of precision and applies where it should.</p>

<p>I've now added the indexical-free versions. They are finished.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#AAI
Mon, 03 May 2010 19:40:00 GMT



Addition to "What are your philosophical positions?"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#WPP
<p>Posted Sep 20, 2009 - 10:59 AM; forums.philosophyforums.com</p>

<p>I've been looking at Philosophy of Mathematics and I find that Mathematical Realism suits me nicely.<br>
It may be that it follows PoM, but so be it. In Logics, I'm a Logical Realist. Remark: These positions are the initial
ones and I don't have any comprehensive knowledge of these two fields. This may make these choices seem irrational,
but I've made an attempt to solve the Problem of Induction and this attempt propels me into these positions. The "Solution"
is here: http://forums.philosophyforums.com...ew-on-induction-36894.html.</p>

<p>Edit: I've been thinking some of "Moral Realism". Is it possible that morality is expressed in physics? That morality has
an inner foundation in physical realities. I'm just wondering about and it may seem stupid to a lot of people. If there is a
physical foundation for morality, I'm just speculating here, then I'm a Moral Realist, whatever it means in the literature.</p>

<p>Edit: Metaphysics: Solipsist.<br>
(Edited by Aetixintro on Feb 21, 2010 - 2:54 AM. Reason: added information)</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#WPP
Mon, 03 May 2010 19:40:00 GMT



The Psychiatric Medicines are a State and Insurance driven Medical Syndicate. Writing on the blog.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/index.blog/1404689/the-psychiatric-medicines-are-a-state-and-insurance-driven-medical-syndicate/
A suggestion for financial instruments to European economies belonging to the Euro system: all debt to the Euro countries
are controlled by the EU Commission. As the EU Commission respond to the requirement of additional resources (money), it oversees the
repayment of the loans back into the ECB/Euro/EU treasury. So I don't see the problem why any economy in the Euro-zone should have to
pay expensive rates on their loans unless it's in the interest of the Euro-zone. Therefore, in a sense, the EU Commission can control
the levels of debt, economic sanctions of each Euro member state and the inflation of the Euro itself, parallel to ECB's interest rate
control! Cheers to Europe! (I see no reason why this can't be applied to all EU states, just slightly differently.)

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/index.blog/1404689/the-psychiatric-medicines-are-a-state-and-insurance-driven-medical-syndicate/
Sun, 02 May 2010 23:32:00 GMT



Economy: A Suggestion for Financial Instruments to European Economies Belonging to the Euro System
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/various_designs.html
This is the same that has been written on the Philosophy Now forum and my blog, see right below.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/various_designs.html
Fri, 30 Apr 2010 13:00:00 GMT



Suggestion for Financial Instruments for Euro Members. Writing on the blog.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/index.blog/1404439/suggestion-for-financial-instruments-for-euro-members/
A suggestion for financial instruments to European economies belonging to the Euro system: all debt to the Euro countries
are controlled by the EU Commission. As the EU Commission respond to the requirement of additional resources (money), it oversees the
repayment of the loans back into the ECB/Euro/EU treasury. So I don't see the problem why any economy in the Euro-zone should have to
pay expensive rates on their loans unless it's in the interest of the Euro-zone. Therefore, in a sense, the EU Commission can control
the levels of debt, economic sanctions of each Euro member state and the inflation of the Euro itself, parallel to ECB's interest rate
control! Cheers to Europe! (I see no reason why this can't be applied to all EU states, just slightly differently.)

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/index.blog/1404439/suggestion-for-financial-instruments-for-euro-members/
Thu, 29 Apr 2010 16:46:00 GMT



Greece-bashing! End it now! Writing on the blog.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/index.blog/1404408/greecebashing-end-it-now/
I'm irritated over this bashing of Greece like if it's supposed to be the Achilles' heel of both Europe and the Euro
despite its relatively little population of approx. 12 Million people of the total Euro population of approx. 327 Million people and
the EU population of some 450 Million people. I'd say Greece is more like a drop in the ocean, which in turn makes me think that
Standard & Poor's gets bribes or has interests for being so incredibly negative about the Euro-zone, coming from the island of the (selfish) Pound.<br>
Think of Greece as being California that asks the central government of Washington for help! It's just the same! Of course, we should
be able to handle this in the most gentle way, allowing Greece to take support from both the EU Commission and the IMF, primarily.
In this way, Greece can also sidestep expensive private loans as it's now rated as junk level in terms of its (private) loans. There
is no crisis here! The Euro is still a very large mountain based on the aggregate bottom line of products and services generated by
its 327/450 Million people, representing potentially a far greater economy than that of the Dollar and USA. It's also funny how a (USA)
conglomerate seems to talk down on the Euro and Europe while Europe has been very eager to support the Dollar when USA has been in need
of support! Hmmm...

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/index.blog/1404408/greecebashing-end-it-now/
Thu, 29 Apr 2010 11:18:00 GMT



Business in Europe! Writing on the blog.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
<p>Europe should be conscious about floating university projects and other state
managed activities like big library projects into profitable, successful companies, dominating at least the European scene!</p>

<p>Europeana can thus become a nice Amazon/Google by offering payment solution to some of its registered items where this
is relevant. One should remember that Altavista has once upon time been a state managed activity of USA and that its search
technology has helped the IT students of the founders of Google to set their enterprise into action! Bill Gates has also been a
student of technology benefitting from university research into the computing processor technology. It's well known that the
business life in USA is well entwined with university activities and we in Europe should duplicate and assimilate! Cheers!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Wed, 28 Apr 2010 06:53:00 GMT



Amnesty International is a Disservice to the Justice System in Europe! Writing on the blog.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
<p>Amnesty International is a disservice to the justice system in Europe! My investigations
into the mental health industry make it evident that Amnesty International is nothing more than a political tool
for prejudices to the developing world and doing minimally for ensuring the well-being of Europeans at large
(Amnesty International is indeed comparable to Human Rights Watch in USA). I sense Europe's justice system is
cringing by its incredible naivity and sympathy to criminal lunatics, effectively forcing the common European
to make "gang deals" on "the street".</p>

<p>I hereby call for new investigations into what this overt and naive sympathy implies to the justice system,
people's sense of security and the preventive effect the actual punishment of today has on crime! One may also look
into capital punishment versus life-long imprisonment while one is at it! It's also worth noting lethal needle
injection versus shooting and the guillotine versus the electric chair, the shooting and the guillotine being the
better options in my opinion! Heartily yours!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Wed, 28 Apr 2010 06:40:00 GMT



USA "Energy" Business of Devotion, Benevolence and Respect. Writing on the blog.
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
<p>I think USA is in a kind of conscious stream where it's generating activities being companies and all other
efforts that draw devotion, benevolence and respect worldwide. USA is using this, I suspect, to further spurt activities with,
sustaining their dominion of the world more cynically than the rest of the world thinks.</p>

<p>I don't support shitty people and I choose to favour European science and enterprises when this is relevant. Are they,
U.S. citizens, supposed to rightfully claim our (all other worldly citizens) devotion, benevolence and respect because
USA has made the PC, Microsoft and Google some years ago? Not only that, but claiming goodness to be a property of USA
only is arrogant at best!</p>

<p>The answer and conclusion to this is that the rest of the world (apart from USA) needs to care for its "energy"
business for attracting (for itself) the devotion, benevolence and respect of at least its territorial citizens!
Implicitly, this means cutting corruption to effectuate better/best competing enterprises, letting people turn their
"energies"/love and devotion to their work! Cheers!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Wed, 28 Apr 2010 06:21:00 GMT



Addition to "Time"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
<p>In responding to Charles Taylor, Metaphysics, 4th ed., this fleeting moment, referring in particular to The Elusive Present, pp. 85-87, of the
present can only float in <b>one</b> direction, forward!<br>
Time is also stuck to the time-track. 1980/01/01 CE will always be 1980/01/01 CE even if you consider it as 1980 CE + 13,7 x 10^9 CE years.
This will always yield present time point, X CE + 13,7 x 10^9 CE where 13,7 x 10^9 CE is the most precise scientific estimate of the universe
relevant to time and X is current date by year or date. I can write it like this: X + S being the X years from 0 CE and the scientific estimate
from 0 CE to the beginning of the universe according to the Big Bang theory and scientific community's consensus.</p>

<p>The time of relativity/absurdism is slashed in the Metaphysical sense of Time theory.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
Tue, 27 Apr 2010 19:42:00 GMT



New quote to "My Own Quotes"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
'The respect I give when I'm being threatened is equal to the biological reaction of letting go of a fart. Clearly, you must see me now, Asshole!' TL

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
Tue, 27 Apr 2010 18:36:00 GMT



Addition to "Philosophical Notes..."
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
<p>Comments on Arguments of Companions in Guilt: ...possibly effecting one's own salvation.</p>

<p>Consequently, let's look at abortion again. What if two parties agree on the fact that guilt may not apply for abortion because there
are factors that speak strongly for and against as well as the indeterminate status of the fetus to be removed, both on brain function and
emotional function when the procedure is carried out? Thus, abortion for these two parties remains a private, informed and "esoteric"
decision, yet respected by either party in companionship <u>without</u> guilt!</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Sun, 25 Apr 2010 21:00:00 GMT



Addition to "Anti-hacking of wi-fi routers, designation of IP-address to existing and pre-approved/designated clients only"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/various_designs.html
You can also open a time frame for logging on new users for authentication and then close this frame by ticking off the box for
existing users in a TTL - time to live, manner. Fx. you allow a 1/one hour window for a new user to log on to this wi-fi router. In this time frame, everyone can
attempt to log on, but this window will only primarily be known to the administrator and the new user. Not only will a potential intruder have to be in physical
range to this wi-fi router, but the intruder will also have to use the correct user-name and password and I believe that all these options combined will make this
virtually impossible to hack/make illegal entrance to.<br>
In essence therefore, I'd like there to be four/4 box options:<br>
1. Allow only pre-approved users.<br>
2. Allow only 3 (or more) attempts for log-in.<br>
3. Allow only existing users to log on in addition to new users within a time frame.<br>
4. Once new users have logged on, close the appropriate number of IP-addresses for log-in possibility/authentication. Fx. 1 new user is opened for to the wi-fi
router. Once this user has logged on/been identified as user the wi-fi router closes for all other detected wi-fi unknown/unwanted users.
A possible intruder will either then be presented with a false log-in possibility or a page announcing no log on possibility/closed wi-fi router.
You find this addition to suggested design still at the bottom of the page.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/various_designs.html
Sat, 24 Apr 2010 09:26:00 GMT



Computing: "Anti-hacking of wi-fi routers, designation of IP-address to existing and pre-approved/designated clients only"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/various_designs.html
I've seen a report of hacking of a wi-fi network that has been made by a Danish producer. I think in large parts this can be avoided by setting
log-in attempts to 3, perhaps a few more, and to designate/send IP-address by the wi-fi router wirelessly to existing and pre-approved/designated clients only.
Possibly, if the administrator somehow fails the log-in attempts, then one can set the system to require physical access to ensure physical security.
By this, you deny any incidental hook-ups to the network even by chance, making the system very safe. You should be able to design this system this way, optionally
or as default to ensure security. You find this suggested design at the bottom of the page.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/various_designs.html
Fri, 23 Apr 2010 17:59:00 GMT



Addition to "God"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/god.html
One remark on the side. In order to use necessity of God, you'll have to write something like this:<br>
[(∃x)(K) ⊃ (∃x)(G)] ⊃ □(∃x)(G)<br>
That is, if God is affirmed, knowledge contains an existing God, then an existing God is necessarily an existing God.<br>
This should be in line with Kripke-modality as it's explained in his Naming and Necessity.<br>
But the best one can do, IMO, is ◊(∃x)(G), possibly there's an existing God! I guess, all we believers are waiting for "Heaven".

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/god.html
Thu, 22 Apr 2010 05:22:00 GMT



Addition to "Philosophical Notes..."
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RoT
You can hold your hands in a 45 deg. arc with one straight hand pointing downward and the other straight hand pointing upward to give a very fine, simple
picture of this Cumulativist version above and it probably goes well with the young in being a story of Philosophy of Science you can tell them.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RoT
Thu, 22 Apr 2010 05:22:00 GMT



Addition to "Philosophical Notes..."
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Comments on Arguments of Companions in Guilt: Through the arsenal of diagnostics like various lie-detectors, (f)MRI-scans, interviews, somatic examinations and what have you it should be
possible to make good judgment on the status of these 3 factors, Integrity, Mental Health and Physical Health. Any reasonable doubt can therefore
be removed for what kind of companion one is socialising with. Any person with substantial deviation in either Integrity, Mental Health and Physical Health
from the characteristics that are condoned by exactly this Ethical Objectivity can thus be excluded from the desirable group of people that comply with
Ethical Objectivity. The days of the Arguments of Companions in Guilt are consequently numbered!

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Thu, 22 Apr 2010 05:22:00 GMT



Addition to "On Metaphysics of Time"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
<p>Just let me clarify:<br>
Time is, of course, a physical requirement, being at least, 1 of 4 dimensions. This is not the question. The question is how we as human beings have come to know
time, both as concept and our cognition of it. Historically, I believe one has addressed "a day's worth of work, but the revolve of the Earth making the days has
been essential of this formation. I believe the timing of motion is quite recent (1400 CE or so, just as a guess, especially in referring to the feather and
stone experiment in testing gravity and at the same time having the perception of time in this regard). One can perhaps check out the invention of the first
time-taking pieces or clocks on Wikipedia.</p>

<p>Clearly then, there's no questioning of time as such, but it's worth noting that we all live under the sun and it remains our compass of time until then!
This may change if we settle in a new star system, but this is not some time soon, I can predict.</p>

<p>Note. Don't pay too much attention to "rationalist's approach". It's simply put this way for suggesting the special place consciousness may have in
regarding events of time and especially the consciousness of other "agents" in this perspective.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
Mon, 19 Apr 2010 07:13:00 GMT



Addition to "Thoughts, Alzheimer, Parkinson, Dementia"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/thoughts_concerning_alzheimer.html
Thoughts concerning Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease and Dementia: Dementia is classified along with Alzheimer's, I've seen recently. I think this is a good step. Dementia is, along these former lines, the beginning
of the descent to death, the onset of a dying brain. Discipline on one's mindset, possibly being also one's morality, and mindful activities should take away the
possibility for Dementia to occur. Yet, it's my sense that there are incentives in the patient for Dementia to occur in the first place so perhaps Dementia is a matter
of personality traits and as such, is difficult to handle. I'm wondering a little bit if Dementia can occur as a result of inactivity by deep resentment. If you have
the idea that the society or whatever your environment is, isn't worth your efforts, inactivity is an option, but I think it's a poorer choice than suicide, even though
seeking unhealthy living style in combination with decadence/inactivity may be a possibility to this end. Be healthy!

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/thoughts_concerning_alzheimer.html
Mon, 19 Apr 2010 07:13:00 GMT



Addition to "Opinions on Science in Expression of Evolution and Other"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
<p>Opinions on Astrophysics, Possible Explanation of the Paradox of the Corona of the Sun and its Temperature Differences: It may be that this layer represents new insights to emittance of photons and the production of this kind of layer as a result of reduction-physics/chemistry
of the substances on the Sun.</p>

<p>This layer is created between the physics of more heavy substances drawn more closely to the center of the Sun and the possibility for escaping the gravity
of the Sun like the photons (, through the form of photons, being a matter of particles nature) and possibly other particles blown out from the Sun by fusion
reactions.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
Mon, 19 Apr 2010 07:13:00 GMT



Addition to "Psychiatric views and findings"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/somatists.html
<p>Small additions and the following. There may be some concern that this represents pseudo-science and quackery. I detest having any views that can be categorised as pseudo-science and quackery. I will
therefore make it perfectly clear:<br>
My <b>hypothesis</b>: when people are blind to ethical/moral concerns of the type "it's important to follow the laws and be a morally decent person", they can fall victim
to conditions that result in schizophrenia and that this path in life in self-reinforcing, f.x. inflicting violence become less and less a concern to you as a person.
Consequently, the other side of it is the people who fall prey to these morally ignorant people.<br>
The <b>scientific procedure</b>: I can confirm or defeat this by 2 possible ways. One is to be precise in getting knowledge about people's backgrounds and correlate this
with their diagnosis, schizophrenia and depression being the interesting, correlation value of .5 being a total defeat.<br>
The next possibility is this. One can study <b>either</b> societies that are strict on moral code and check with the insanity rate of schizophrenia and depression,
these being the only factors of this <b>or</b> I can somehow urge and get people to behave more morally (extremely unlikely, but may be possible) and check for
improvements on reported mental health statistics, again, schizophrenia and depression being the interesting.</p>

<p>Not only that, but you also deny future generations to get to know how great an ethical/moral life can be in avoiding schizophrenia/psychopathy. Is this
really something you want? What if I'm right, proven by the research, wouldn't it be incredibly nice to know that this ethical/moral life by the general
public can eradicate the insanity of schizophrenia and depression and possibly more? If one is to subdue to this possible confirmation, one might/may be
unscientific in providing truth of the causes to schizophrenia and depression. I think my writing carries a deeply ethical/moral message and I have only
the good intentions by coming forward with this.</p>

<p>Obviously, the uneducated have little use in this, except as instilling good ethics/morals in their children and urging the society at large to also
conduct according to good ethics/morals.<br>
It's sincerely meant as a just that: the hypothesis/theory. One has to conduct more research into this and apply at the same time greater rigour to
procedure, including great care of one's integrity to what one's doing.<br>
It doesn't help you to research rape by raping someone and by raping someone you put yourself in an awkward position to other rape victims you're
supposed to help and understand. This is just a notice regarding the practice.<br>
It is enough to have the angle of immorality (by action and/or attitude) toward mental illness, especially schizophrenia. Besides, as schizophrenics "might"
be the immoral group, you deny the group of depressed, mentally ill any right to know what is going on in case my hypothesis/theory turns out to be right.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/somatists.html
Mon, 19 Apr 2010 07:13:00 GMT



Addition to "Philosophical Notes..."
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
As much as Paul Bloomfield makes the argument of having and maintaining good physical health, I'd like to add the following:<br>
It should be possible to determine Integrity, Mental Health and Physical Health by keeping one's ethics. People may fool themselves, but I think that
the most sensitive factor of these three, being Integrity, is very much affected by both bad attitude/mindset and bad actions, altogether being bad morals
and possibly bad ethics.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 07:30:00 GMT



Small addition to "Psychiatric views and findings"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/somatists.html
There may be a good and fast solution as part of diagnostication in correlating with measuring metabolism (by blood sample). (This is only by assertion
and is yet to be confirmed.)

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/somatists.html
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 06:30:00 GMT



Addition to "Time"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
McTaggart is wrong in presenting his A and B bands/tracks dichotomy. I believe the origin of time historically has its roots in the seasons,
the Sun and possibly the life span of human kind by every single person. The clock is thus determined by the 24 hrs cycle of the Sun (on Earth), essentially
giving the time when the Sun is highest through the day. Later, one has divided the Earth into 24 time zones with few exceptions. McTaggart comes out weak in
his academic life of presenting time as he does. Let me guess he has lived an incredibly relaxed life with few necessary daily routines. This is from the
reason that everyone, historically, has their primary activities during the day and catches the sleep during the night. This is undeniable if one goes back
to the medieval times, at least. It is eventually the objective time, given by the Sun and the passing of years, historically, that trumphs the notion of
time whether you sense time in this way or that or have funny thoughts about time.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 06:30:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. UN map of the world and the respect for nations' territories!
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
There should be a non-contended territory description and security affirmation of this territory for each nation in the world in agreement
by all other states by resolution in the UN, possibly by a deal brokered by exactly UN. To certify long-term efforts by the people in these respective
territories with the commitment by their ends to safely sustainable development such as natural population reduction (on a 200 year plan) and ecological
conservatism and reconstruction should be very much worthwhile. My best wishes to such initiatives!

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 05:51:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Is the War on Terrorism in fact the War on Drugs?
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
This is about the factors of the Afghanistan and Pakistan efforts. What else is there in these conflicts than some Mountain-Druglords
that are underpinned by deep poverty in these regions, usually in the outskirts of the population centers? It seems to me that "Taliban/Extreme Radicalists"
are now comprised of people mainly dealing in the drug traffic. It may be unnecessary to point out the dangers of drug addiction to both the mentality and
the personality of people. What else can they be doing? Who are they really, these people living in harsh conditions in the mountains and on the fringes of
these two countries? There can only be one solution: the drug traffic itself must be attacked by military power until it's gone!

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 05:41:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Condolences to Poland
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
I'm sad to register, although this is rather late, the awful accident that has killed the Polish president and his wife and senior members
of the Polish society. My condolences go out to the people of Poland. I think one can honour the memory of these fine people by continuing the
excellent progression of Poland that has been achieved this far! To the future!

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 05:34:00 GMT



Addition to "More Quotes!"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/quotes.html
New quote: "If I have seen further, it is only because I have stood on the shoulders of giants." - Isaac Newton.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/quotes.html
Sat, 10 Apr 2010 08:09:00 GMT



Adding conclusion to "The square circle? Alternation like Riemann!"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#SqC
Addition. "Conclusion: I, by this, can hold two views to the best of the
possibility of creating square circles, in my view, that are, of course, the 3-D object of the sphere and the 2-D object by the circle, both representing squares in
their own right as far as I can envision such squares. These are contrary to traditional views, perhaps, but I still find it cool to have drawn such "crazy" objects."

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#SqC
Thu, 08 Apr 2010 20:59:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Geography: Perfect Representation of Planet Earth
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Perfect representation of the body of planet Earth is done by taking pictures of the actual curved Earth or something representing such.
These pictures will be in 2-D and therefore giving the perfect view in 2-D of the 3-D curvature of this object. Perhaps the recommendation
will be f.x. 8 pictures, being 4 pictures of focus on each 360 deg/4 part of the northern hemisphere and the same for the southern hemisphere.
This will solve the problem of comparing areas on 2-D view by allowing the brain that perceives it, to correlate the curvature and reduction
in area that's interesting. You therefore eliminate the classical diminishing of the African continent so often depicted in older maps. You
can add numbers complementing the map so that one can check the actual size of the area in question. Cheers! :-)

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Thu, 08 Apr 2010 20:41:00 GMT



Addition of quotes to "My Own Quotes"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
Addition of quotes to "My Own Quotes"! I've added a few new quotes to the webpage, written on earlier occasions elsewhere.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/my_own_quotes.html
Mon, 05 Apr 2010 15:08:00 GMT



New page on the website: More Quotes!
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/quotes.html
New page on the website: More Quotes! It has quotes from Thomas Paine and others. Check it out! The link to this page can be found on the
Ident and Comfy Ident pages.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/quotes.html
Mon, 05 Apr 2010 15:08:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Suggestion for Syndication of All Primary Industry
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Syndication of all primary industry, modelling OPEC in setting prices that benefits the countries, companies with reasonable profits
and gives the industry's workers decent lives, growing eventually to developed world's standards. It's worth considering the rather bad conditions of
the tea, coffee, chocolate and rice industries to mention some of the members of the group of this. There are fine contemporary tendencies in Norway
for rewarding farmers of certain standard-sized farms a fair factory-worker's salary, putting this person in the middle range of income. This should
be the end-target for those contributing to primary industries. Cheers!

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Sun, 04 Apr 2010 09:00:00 GMT



The renaming of "Philosophical Notes". It's now "Philosophical Notes of Intellectual Music"!
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html
The renaming of "Philosophical Notes". It's now "Philosophical Notes of Intellectual Music"! Do you like it? Cheers!
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html
Sat, 03 Apr 2010 18:55:00 GMT



Small addition to "Opinions on Physics"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
I'd also like to point out that the "mystery" of Schrödinger's cat comes down to the Copenhagen Interpretation, that I follow strictly on the observation point only, of having to be observed for something to exist. Schrödinger's cat goes clearly against this, even as an indirect observation. I therefore think that the whole of this line of thinking (Schrödinger's cat etc.) is flawed. It's almost embarrassing how mistaken it seems in regard to the huge interest.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
Sat, 03 Apr 2010 16:43:00 GMT



Addition of statement of belief in Scientology
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/index100.html
Addition of statement of belief in Scientology under Deism.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/index100.html
Sat, 03 Apr 2010 02:18:00 GMT



Addition of statement of belief in Scientology
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/cindex100.html
Addition of statement of belief in Scientology under Deism. This is the recommended page to read as this is the Comfy option.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/cindex100.html
Sat, 03 Apr 2010 02:18:00 GMT



Addition of "Search TV Ad by Scientology"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/search.html
Addition of "Search TV Ad by Scientology" to my website. This is only a simple html-page that has the TV ad embedded from YouTube on it. See it!
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/search.html
Sat, 03 Apr 2010 02:18:00 GMT



Small addition to "Opinions on Physics"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
Small addition to "Opinions on Physics" - New on photons.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
Fri, 02 Apr 2010 23:22:00 GMT



The writing of "The square circle? Alternation like Riemann!"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#SqC
Apropos a square circle:<br>
Hypothetically and "crazy", if a square could be a round object, its four corners would meet at a point on this round object!<br>
You can view this in the vein of Riemann who defines a curved surface triangle to have a total of 270 degrees combined angle as opposed to the usual 180 degrees of a flat triangle! Likewise, it should be possible to define a whole square to be round like that. Although, you don't get the bent square, you get the impression of a flat surface with a point in the center and the meeting four edges that line in towards it. This circle then hides a sphere that's a Riemann-bent square. Cool?

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/issues_from_the_internet.html#SqC
Fri, 02 Apr 2010 20:23:00 GMT



Small addition to "Comment on Zombies"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CoZ
I've been hesitant to what position I'd take on the metaphysical conceivability of zombies. It's now more clear while at the same time coming from a Realist metaphysical position. I've also been feeling wrong about denying the metaphysical conceivability of zombies and simultaneously admitting a kind of "limited" mind. I come to this conclusion, upholding a decent, open mind and liking the challenges: one thing is to conceive a zombie metaphysically, another isssue is whether this is serious or not. I think it's not serious hence the metaphysical conceivability of zombies is unserious!
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CoZ
Tue, 30 Mar 2010 17:43:00 GMT



Addition to "Comment on Arguments of Companions in Guilt"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
<p>It must be admitted by myself, whether or not Dr. Sam Harris agrees, however, that flourishing and happiness are still normative, unscientific, ethical objectives. One can indeed be relatively poor and still be generally happy and one can work too much and thus flourish beyond one's happiness. It's also a question to what ends we are supposed to be flourishing and happy. Where does this flourishing and happiness lead to if there's no destination in sight? Isn't then life only a matter of taste and artistry in life? What about doing extreme sports and other activities where one does risk one's own life? The question is not so much a matter of this risk-taking person's life, but this person's social connections, possibly causing grief in these people by the risk-taking. Thus, it's yet to see to what extent one can fully argue that the objectives of flourishing and happiness can be scientific. Indeed, this scientific notion has implicitly some kind of normative destiny to it that Dr. Sam Harris is in debt to answer.</p>
<p>It's admirable of Dr. Sam Harris of denoting this "scientific", given the normative objectives, and at the same time quenching the lunatics who promote death and destruction. It's certainly worth a thorough scientific study of what underlying causes there are for people's misfortunes when it's so commonly known that most or all people like to be happy, flourishing or both.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Fri, 26 Mar 2010 22:42:00 GMT



Small addition to "Time"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
...present even though the future consists in only one course, becoming both the present and the past.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
Fri, 26 Mar 2010 19:07:00 GMT



Addition to "Time"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
We can surely say that the past of time has generated the course for the present moment and equally surely we can say the future lies in the scope of the present. Therefore, it's not irrelevant what has taken place in the past and the future has to come out of what is our present moment! We can look at everything in our present moment and conclude with certainty that a number of things must have led up to this. At least, this must be the nature of reality, otherwise we wouldn't be alive in exactly this scope of reality as it is. I think this supports block theory of time. This may be plain and is thus probably more pedagogical than informative. My view, however, is now more deeply explained and should be impossible to retreat from unless I trash the whole block theory of time.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Time.html
Thu, 25 Mar 2010 21:06:00 GMT



Note of claim. Addition to "The Dr. Mengele Club-project and others. Scripts for film."
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/the_dr_Mengele_club.html
<p>"The Dr. Mengele Club", "Untitled (Leap!)", "The Long March - Papyruses in the Hidden - Empire Unification", "The King of France", "We Are Immortal" and "Cults and Types of the Hidden Leaders in the World and Some of the Not So Hidden Ones" are written by Terje Lea, 2002-2010.</p>
<p><b>Claim:</b> I claim to be the creator/author of these ideas that are meant to be films. These ideas are mine. They've been made between 2003 and now, March, 2010. The oldest idea is the first one listed, each idea being conceived as you move down the list. The reason I haven't dated them is because they've been meant to be worked on to make up manuscripts and as such the starting date of the particular manuscript would be its first date, of course, giving the credit of being the ideas of mine before any list of authors of manuscripts.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/the_dr_Mengele_club.html
Thu, 25 Mar 2010 08:25:00 GMT



Addition to "A Solution to the Problem of Evil - A Theodicy"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#SPE
I see no logical necessity for humans to be both good and evil. They can be, I think, very good and little evil. They can also be, I think, extremely good and very little evil. Possibly, humans should have the ability to be all good and not evil, but this is up to you!
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#SPE
Wed, 24 Mar 2010 21:38:00 GMT



Addition to "Comment on Arguments of Companions in Guilt"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
I'm with Dr. Sam Harris when he argue by objectivity of flourishness and happiness, potentially by and in everyone, on TED Talks that some/all moral questions or some/all outside spectrums of some/all moral spectrums <i>can</i> be answered by science. Now, I don't know if this is consensus within a group of scientists and philosophers alike and if this is documented by scientific articles. He does mention psychology and neuro-science as two (obvious) angles to answer this scientifically.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Wed, 24 Mar 2010 00:02:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. USA, listen to Fareed Zakaria, please!
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
<p>I agree with Fareed Zakaria, in the wake of approving the Healthcare Reform, that USA also incorporates VAT of 15-25%. This will reinforce USA as a fine cross-cultural, cross-religious, humanistic and socially aware nation! Best wishes to U.S. American future!</p>

<p>(Note: Obviously, I'm not a U. S. American citizen and as such this writing is meant as encouragement for USA to be the best. I think it also represents safety to the rest of the world if USA makes the right choices. This is such a choice!)</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Tue, 23 Mar 2010 16:13:00 GMT



Addition to "The River Argument and The Resources Divide"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RARD
<p>This is a note for the Bentham utilitarianism above. You can basically disregard the above comment on utilitarianism. It's now some teaching of the history of ethics more than an argument. Today, in contemporary ethics, it's considered obsolete.</p>

<p>I only choose deontology of the (Neo-) Kantian type because I think it reflects ethical values on a deeper basis. I no longer, in the modern, contemporary sense, separate between rule-utilitarianism, act-utilitarianism and deontology because I'm of the firm belief they can be given an expression that make the three systems equate one another. On top of that, virtue ethics is a very strong contender for my personal belief in a type of ethics, but I consider it too loose for now and it seems incredibly difficult to pin down those virtues you consider virtues in a precise and univocal way.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RARD
Tue, 23 Mar 2010 15:20:00 GMT



Addition to "Possible Explanation of the Paradox of the Corona..."
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
A hypothetical analogy: if you consider gaseous water that covers the surface of boiling liquid water, up against the vacuum represented by outer space. It's also fact that steam of water rises from the hottest place of the boiling water, at the bottom of the pot, from the most heated part.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
Tue, 23 Mar 2010 14:50:00 GMT



Note added, corrections made, pedagogical clarification made to "Solution to the Descriptive Problem of Superman versus Clark Kent"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/philosophical_notes.html#SttDP
Note added, corrections made, pedagogical clarification made to "Solution to the Descriptive Problem of Superman versus Clark Kent".
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/philosophical_notes.html#SttDP
Tue, 23 Mar 2010 13:46:00 GMT



Addition to the "Solution to the Descriptive Problem of Superman versus Clark Kent"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#SttDP
<p>To enter the point of <i>numerical</i> identity is indeed to say that Superman and Clark Kent is one
and the same person and constitutes, of course, a logical identification of these two appearances being the same person. The issue with
Lois Lane is that she fails to address a modality of possibility of Superman being Clark Kent, possibly due to Clark Kent acting like a
frail person at crucial moments. This failure of hers in the cartoon series of this identification is causing her to believe that there
are two logically separate identities, Superman and Clark Kent being two different people.</p>

<p>It is about Identity, but it enters the larger context on the question of Dualism. How so? Because, if the Superman/Clark Kent
question would remain, we could argue there are questions that are insoluble in nature. Now, as this is thoroughly resolved by this
writing, it has no use anymore. Even then, the historical record of the indescriptive-attack can prove useful in the future as to how
we are supposed to describe the soul in any good manner. At least, this is my angle to it. This may be put lousily and I'll see if I
can get to formulate it better later.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#SttDP
Mon, 22 Mar 2010 05:35:00 GMT



The writing of "Solution to the Descriptive Problem of Superman versus Clark Kent"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#SttDP
<p>I first encountered this notion of distinction in a class of Philosophy of Mind in the spring of 2008.
Since then the question has been raised as posing a problem to description by a member of Philosophyforums.com that I've
answered to.</p>

<p>My answer is: I agree that a simple switch of disguise-identities doesn't work. In this description we should
compensate Lois Lane's belief by writing this: "Lois Lane believes that Superman can fly." is equal to, in Lois Lane's
eyes, "Lois Lane believes that Clark Kent in disguise can fly". This is true! We can indeed write "Superman" is identical
with "Clark Kent in disguise" and vice versa to accommodate Lois Lane's view.<br>
Just a note: for Lois Lane, the two names are not interchangeable, in fact they are logically separate entities to
her, much as the Morning Star and the Evening Star has been in the past, as is presented by Gottlob Frege in one of his
papers, but for us on the outside of the situation, they are both interchangeable and represent the same logical entity.
You can question the issue of logical identity, but if you fail to make proper logical identification, these terms remain
logically separate to you.</p>

<p>Note: This has first been essentially written on Philosophyforums.com under "An Attack on Indexicality", hence
the first date, but I've edited it here considerably.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#SttDP
Sun, 21 Mar 2010 15:47:00 GMT



Addition to the "Remark on Truth - Plain Realist View"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RoT
I have really told this story, being a kind of Cumulativist version, in a Philosophy in Science
class in Spring 2008. The story is that astronomy represents the biggest facts and physics, biochemistry and medicine
to mention some, represent the smallest facts. Everybody knows by now that knowledge in astronomy has grown enormously
since ancient times and that the cattle on the fields are now consisting of molecules and DNA where they've been
representing meat before, perhaps in 2000 BCE.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RoT
Sun, 21 Mar 2010 15:47:00 GMT



The writing of "Remark on Truth - Plain Realist View"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RoT
<p>I'm not a skeptic to truth! There are many truths out there and I'm saying this.</p>

<p>Even if we don't know the neither the biggest facts nor the smallest facts, we should affirm our existence
and its whole journey up to today, 20.03.2010, and assert that we pretty much know all that's between these levels/frontiers
in the boundary, being between these biggest and smallest facts. That is: our language is <i>precise</i>
when it's applied within this boundary and consequently it expresses <i>truth</i>!</p>

<p>I think I'm very much aligned with both Tarski's theory of truth and the Logical Positivists' protocol
sentences.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#RoT
Sat, 20 Mar 2010 20:50:00 GMT



Additions to "On the Goodman's New Riddle of Induction"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#OGNR
Small additions of clarification to my writing "On the Goodman's New Riddle of Induction".There's nothing new to the argument by this.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#OGNR
Sat, 20 Mar 2010 12:42:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Declaration - "Open Sewer"
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
I hereby name the horrible, perverse, deviant people "open sewer". The "open sewer" problem has to be defeated
in order for Europe to have the best people and to create (more) large, successful enterprises so that we can SUCCEED in everything!
We shouldn't fail to address unemployment and a number of social problems in this relation as well! The obvious recommendation
is: "<b>no open sewer!</b>" The closing of sewer represents a major public health improvement, historically speaking!
Good luck and live life!

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Fri, 19 Mar 2010 12:17:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Toyota cars and how I can miss it, moving from the speed pedal to the brake pedal!
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
<p>The Blog. The Toyota bosses must be cracking up at the stories they get in, like this one: "the car just took over and I, the driver, became its passenger on a crazy ride". Heck, I've just sent an email to Toyota in Norway, suggesting they call their next model "Christine", being inspired by the Stephen King story of exactly a car with this name.</p>

<p>It's also funny how conveniently you can make up entertaining conspiracy theories once a Toyota is involved!</p>

<p>The next invention in cars will be the "go crazy"-mode that's operated via a radio transmitter by a (Toyota) employee standing on the corner, hiding, somewhere near you!</p>

<p>Live life, people, crazy things are over us, with Toyota, of course! :-)</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Thu, 18 Mar 2010 02:26:00 GMT



Further on Opinions on Gödel's Theorems of Incompleteness and Possibly Tarski
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#OGTI
<p>Further work: Following in the vein of Raymond Smullyan I like to add that Gödel's "incompleteness" can possibly be combined with Tarski to be Tarski-Gödel "incompleteness"-"undefinability"! I've gotten to this point thanks to the reading of Raymond Smullyan on Wikipedia where Smullyan refers readers on to Tarski from being fascinated by Gödel! Although being uncertain about both, I'm now on some material of Gödel, at least, and work will continue. This means in no way that I withdraw from the Gödel "incompleteness". It's rather a possible addition to this.</p>
<p>I also find these 2 possible interpretations of Hilbert's 2nd Problem. The first is the one that is answered by Gödel that axioms can't be proved by the system they establish, but the 2nd one is that the scope in some future may be proven to be inconsistent by the very application of these axioms. I've gotten the word that one of Euclid's axioms has been either proven to be false or to be excessive and it's in this line of thought I'm thinking of the 2nd interpretation of Hilbert's Problem and it's possible resurrection.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#OGTI
Wed, 17 Mar 2010 12:24:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. About threatening people's lives and health and/or keep people as virtual hostages (translation)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
The Blog. Dear English users this is for you!<br>
This is initially a writing, "Om å true folk på liv og helse og/eller holde folk som virtuelle gisler", if you check below, in Norwegian, by email to the biggest Norwegian newspaper in being a recommendation of either making an article or just publish it as opinion by name [mine] or not. I find it so incredibly important, I therefore publish here as well in English.<br>
Dear you people of the world, first and foremost, the English speaking, but please, spread the word!<br>
People who commit deeply immoral actions by threatening others on life and health or to keep some people as virtual hostages, risk losing everything they own and have, becoming incapable of dealing with money, throwing career and job on the garbage dump and losing sanity in the same instance as one goes to hang oneself by what is the utter bottom in life, that one has totally destroyed oneself.<br>
Also, after this introductory text, there should follow, of course, an expert judgment from a psychologist/"psychologist" or someone thereof about how deeply seriously bad and unhealthy it is to dick around by purely insane, immoral actions. This can be mixed by large pictures and emotional appeals of the 1. person type of different kinds and characters.<br>
Ending conclusion of the article will be that the newspaper/author/others (possibly) supports a better society-/social recipe, a more progressive society, fewer lunatics and victims of these and lastly, more optimists.<br>
This blog's last words in this regard are: there's only one method of remedy to avoid this madness and to achieve a fine life and this is the sum of these three parts: ethics, discipline and attitude!<br>
You are hereby WARNED by this information!<br>
(This has first been published on the Philosophy Now Forum website yesterday.)

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Tue, 16 Mar 2010 15:01:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Business as function of moral and minimum corruption
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
The Blog. A business note, in devotion to Europe of which I can only wish the best in regard of deep traditions and philosophical heritage, I say this: I've been comparing various countries over their performance in business life (a little also as a function of science and scientific achievements) and I've come to the conclusion that USA and Japan are the two best. At least, for USA, I think I can say that their best trick through all times has been to keep an incredibly moral and optimistic discipline and attitude (also read: little corruption)! You can be cocky and say this is bullshit, but then I want to know you're European and that you've done your homework! If you consider that 65 years have gone since the 2nd WW ended and USA has had a headstart of being essentially without war on its territory since its civil war, it should still look funny. Mostly because Germany has had an incredibly quick recovery between 1st WW and 2nd WW, being only 30 years (or less). Considering this span of 65 years and especially including the hardworking, virtuous Japanese (despite their suicide culture), we should have caught up with them in the '70s or '80s, but I find this to be not the case. You can study the Forbes' Fortune 500 list or biggest companies ratings or best universities or almost anything of this you like, USA kicks it. So I naturally fall back to viewing the moral virtue (incl. optimism) and corruption factors as being the crucial points where USA scores the best, Japan is second, but is kept down by ominous suicide numbers possibly caused by rather unvirtuous/corrupt factors in their society (and even then they perform...). It's my hope that Europe (and the rest of the world) follow up on these two incredibly important factors and I can almost gurantee by patience and hard work, Nobel prizes will come down the string! I deeply warn you about being ignorant of this, even if you are Atheist or don't give a shit in morals... In the end, it's going to be you who <b>suffer</b> the defeat!!!
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Mon, 15 Mar 2010 22:52:00 GMT



Dagens skriving på bloggen (Writing on the blog). Om å true folk på liv og helse og/eller holde folk som virtuelle gisler
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Bloggen (The Blog). (Gjengivelse av epost til VG, sendt idag.)<br>
Kjære dere som bor i Norge!<br>
<br>
Folk som begår dypt umoralske handlinger ved å true andre på liv og helse eller å holde noen som virtuelle gisler, risikerer å miste alt de eier og har, ute av stand til å behandle penger, kaste karriere og jobb på søppelhaugen og miste forstanden i samme slengen idet man går og henger seg selv ved det som er den ytterste bunnen i livet, at man har fullstendig ødelagt seg selv!<br>
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Også, etter denne innledende tekst så følger selvfølgelig ekspertuttalelse fra "psykolog"/psykolog eller noen derav om hvor dypt alvorlig og usunt det er å bedrive rent ut sinnsykt umoralske handlinger. Dette kan blandes med store bilder og emosjonelle appeller av typen "jeg"-fortellinger av ulik art og karakter.<br>
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Avsluttende konklusjon vil være at avisen/forfatteren/andre (muligens) støtter en bedre samfunns-/sosial oppskrift, et mer progressivt samfunn, færre galninger og ofre for disse og til sist, flere optimister!<br>
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Denne bloggens siste ord er i denne sammenheng: det finnes bare et botemiddel for å unngå denne galskap og oppnå et fint liv og det er summen av disse tre deler: etikk, disiplin og holdning!<br>
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Dere er herved ADVART ved denne informasjon!

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Mon, 15 Mar 2010 06:12:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Stunning of the Opposition of the Data Storage Directive
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
The Blog. There is one sentence that stuns the opponent to the Data Storage Directive (Datalagringsdirektivet) more than most other arguments and it is this: "hasn't your information gone through the time of storage?" It suggests, of course, that the opponent may have a criminal motive when this person is opposed to the Data Storage Directive. This is very obvious and should speak for the advantages of the Data Storage Directive in keeping a tidy society.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Sat, 13 Mar 2010 13:26:00 GMT



Opinions on Astro-Physics, Explanation of the Paradox of the Corona of the Sun and its Temperature Differences
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
<p>Explantion: optimal temperature happens a little outside the surface of the corona because the atoms/particles have greater space for temperature vibrations there according to this optimal temperature of these circumstances, the atoms/particles being held to the Sun, a little outside the corona in this fashion. Temperature should indicate something about the space between atoms/particles because temperature corresponds to the (propositional) excitation/vibration of the atoms/particles.</p>
<p>If one would have the same temperature farther in toward the Sun's core then it has necessarily the same, relatively thin composition there as well, you know, this being a smaller Sun, even if the mass in this case either has to differently organised relatively to the substances of the Sun's composition or that it's just lighter.</p>
<p>The conclusion is that the heat (or superheat) is optimal a little farther out for these atoms'/particles' vibrations to produce this heat than where atoms'/particles' become more dense as one moves in toward the core of the Sun. I'm uncertain to what degree this may hold, describing the variations of the temperature of the star at all levels, but this explanation/theory is, of course, meant to hold for conditions of hot surfaces on all instances of the kind our Sun is displaying. So it's first and foremost an explanation/theory of description that applies to this surface and its gaseous outer layer, but it may also extend to, in a variable manner, a host of conditions of (astro-)physics.</p>

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/Evolution.html
Sat, 13 Mar 2010 12:21:00 GMT



Update on Psychiatric Views and Findings
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/somatists.html
Addition of info: I think there are blatant holes in procedures such as non-existence of watermarked logging files and lack of logging procedures.<br>
There's a general lack of possibility for having one's therapy sessions properly documented by video, possibly making this a quality criterium.
The whole psychiatric practices should be certified by some kind of ISO-standard what concerns document flows and quality criteria of these, possibly also quality-certifying other aspects of the psychiatry.<br>
There should be a possibility of having common spaces monitored by video in cases of rumbles and ensuring security for both staff and patients, possibly making any police work far easier.<br>
It's assumed psychiatry complies with best practices, that it's strictly legal and that this is reflected in the psychiatric hospital departments and institutions. This should include qualified transparency and the possibility to retrace history of treatment.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/somatists.html
Tue, 09 Mar 2010 06:40:00 GMT



Internet Tips and Tricks - Making an RSS Feed on your site using an RSS xml file and a link on your index file
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/InternetTipsandTricks.html
This is the easiest method of producing RSS Feeds. There are far more complicated ways to do it. It consists of 2 steps. The first is to include a link in your initiation file to the browser in the top/initial folder of your domain. This file is typically named index.html, welcome.html or index.cgi or something thereof. You place this link within the body-tags of your file along with the other content. It's unknown to me what link rel="alternate" does, but I'm in the belief it's required, possibly for telling the browser to look for a file other than the initiation/index.html file. This continues down on the page, below the stuff on sitemap.xml.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/InternetTipsandTricks.html
Tue, 09 Mar 2010 06:40:00 GMT



Update on M/S Scandinavian Star
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/about_SS.html
A little information of the tragedy: The disaster of this is the ship catching fire in 1990, killing 158 people. -From Wikipedia.org here: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scandinavian_Star">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scandinavian_Star</a>.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/about_SS.html
Tue, 09 Mar 2010 06:40:00 GMT



Writing on the blog. Competition or possibly syndication over Operating Systems and PC processors
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
The Blog. It should be possible to work out industry standards concerning the interaction between the
processor system and any operating system so that the competition for making both processors and operating systems becomes
more transparent and fair. It should be noted that Microsoft controls 91.60% of the total OS market (according to Wikipedia,
Feb. 2010. You can check out marketshare.hitslink.com yourself) leaving out the number of the market for operating systems,
but you get the idea, and that AMD and Intel control 19.4% and 80.5%, respectively, of the processor market for home/personal
computers (PCs, Jan. 25th 2010, Computerworld). This is in the face of the entire population of 6.8 billion increasingly
educated people, possibly deducting the U.S. American population, and these companies are only U.S. American. What is going
on? This picture should definitely change to the extent of including four major players on the world stage in each of the
two markets of operating systems and home/personal computers. It should be unnecessary to point out that every continent on
the planet should have the fair chance and freedom to develop these crucial technologies. The syndication can be just like OPEC,
optionally, to provide room and resources for this to happen in the pattern of Open Source/Free Software.

t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/blogT/
Mon, 08 Mar 2010 11:37:00 GMT



Small things have been added to Criticism of Kuhn's Paradigms - Building Babel's Tower
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CKP
Addition of structure. Nothing to bother with really.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CKP
Sun, 07 Mar 2010 04:00:00 GMT



Further work on Comment on Arguments of Companions in Guilt
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Addition: It should be noted that people of good moral attitude and behaviour seem better able to create and maintain, by keeping the duties, social relationships both in symmetric and asymmetric terms.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/philosophical_notes.html#CACG
Sat, 06 Mar 2010 15:00:00 GMT



Update on M/S Scandinavian Star
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/about_SS.html
Addition of conclusion: I think a more correct sentence by the judge would be to grant a certain sum of insurance money well below or somewhat below the cost of both a new ship and a make-over, that the owner(s) get neither. If it could be proven that deep recklessness has been part of the tragedy, the owner(s) should have had nothing.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/about_SS.html
Sat, 06 Mar 2010 15:00:00 GMT



New on the website
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/InternetTipsandTricks.html
These are internet tips and tricks that I've used. This page will become more elaborate in the near future.
t.lea@t-lea.net (Terje Lea)
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/t_daemon_lea/InternetTipsandTricks.html
Thu, 04 Mar 2010 15:00:00 GMT






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