Message - Re: Threading the Thresholds of reality and surreality

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Posted by  steveA on November 21, 2002 at 09:12:06:

In Reply to:  Threading the Thresholds of reality and surreality posted by Puff Man on November 20, 2002 at 18:34:42:

"Is such time and effort to imagine and explore relevant to our society where pragmatism and cost-benefits are existent?"

It is absolutely, and I hope my comments have not suggested an anti-experimentation point of view. But I think that this act of Invention is different and sometimes in conflict with the act of Service. Inventions are made now and then, and then they are applied in order to serve a client. And when inventions become accepted, new inventions are then called for. I am more concerned with application, but I'm grateful to the inventors.

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