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Re: solving music/math mix-up lou pilder

Posted by IsoM on January 19, 2002, at 12:02:59

In reply to Re: The gender of forms medlib, posted by lou pilder on January 19, 2002, at 7:32:58

Ah, Lou. I'm sorry to say, I have no idea of how to solve the mystery. It would need to be an intuitive thing for me & I have no feeling of how the pieces fit together. I know math & music use the same area of the brain, but they feel in different dimensions for me - not in the same plane at all.

I know doing math, I wouldn't be able to listen to music of ANY kind & still be able to calculate correctly. You'll need to eliminate this Babbledom person from your equation.
> Not frivolous at all. I believe that the Babbledom people will find a way to reverse the music so that it will stop. I percieve a collection of great minds here. We shall find the solution. Ten Babbledom people equal one nonBabbledom person. (Lou's Law of Babbledom)




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