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Posted by Bill McCuistion ( on October 01, 1999 at 09:27:17:

In Reply to: an answer? posted by drummer on September 30, 1999 at 19:53:21:

dear drummer,

You wrote: My answer is, “yes”. “It is impossible to not know what one knows. ..."

I disagree with that part of your reply, but I forgot what I was going to say. I knew it, then I forgot it. Or maybe I used my feminine tuition and simply changed my mind. Sort of unknowing what I used to know.

Sometimes things are a bit more quantum than that. (The answer changes the problem, so to speak.) Does a peeping Tom change the peepee? Do football fans in the stadium change the game score? Do TV fans change the score?

As CH is undoubtedly complex and CH survivors are prone to memory loss, who's to say that we don't already know the answer, but just can't remember it?

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