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Though most of us don't hunt, our eyes are still the great monopolists of our senses. To taste or touch your enemy or your food, y ...
A computer does not think, it feels nothing, and what it is said to "know"--bits of information all cast in the digital mode--has ...
When you are waiting for a train, don't keep perpetually looking to see if it is coming. The time of its arrival is the business o ...
A very simple and useful device is to have a memorandum-book, so small that it can be easily carried in the pocket, to be used ins ...
Computers are good at swift, accurate computation and at storing great masses of information. The brain, on the other hand, is not ...
The drama can only be brought to its climax in one of two ways--through the selective brutality of terrorism or the impartial horr ...
Both instruments are processors of information. Both appeared when nothing quite like them had existed before, and both began to m ...
The terms "splitters" and "lumpers" come from taxonomy, where the classifiers were separated into those who liked to create new ta ...
This is the element that distinguishes applied science from basic. Surprise is what makes the difference. When you are organized t ...
Freud thought he was bringing the plague to the U.S.A., but the U.S.A. has victoriously resisted the psychoanalytical frost by rea ...
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