Zarpint Jeremy Cook on 6 Mar 2004 23:16:01 -0000

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Re: [spoon-discuss] Re: [Spoon-business] Re: NWEEK 58 BALLOT

The gamestate is not a closed system, but the gamestate combined with
all of our mental states is. The cleanups come at the cost of increasing
mental entropy in our heads.


On Sat, 6 Mar 2004, [iso-8859-1] Bill Adlam wrote:

> I can see my voting record is creating some controversy.  The truth is,
> I was confident Choice Two would fail, but didn't mind much if it
> passed, so I thought it best to be contrary.
> As for increasing entropy, all sorts of stuff tends to accumulate in a
> disorderly way, but we also have sporadic cleanups where things get
> destroyed/discarded/erased.  So it's less like an isolated system as
> conceived in classical thermodynamics, and more like a teenager's
> bedroom.
> Sagitta
> Parthenogenesis: it's better than sex.
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Zarpint Jeremy Cook    "All thy toiling only breeds new dreams, new dreams;
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