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Monday, September 22, 2003

Sunday September 21, 2003. I met M__ at the Caribou Coffee at Washington and 5th. We discussed the possibility of starting another Clutterers Anonymous meeting, in a convenient location. Probably monthly, rather than weekly or biweekly. Probably on a weekend day.

We arranged to meet again on October 19th.

Not quite the usual spam heading: "Too busy to enlarge your penis?"

A discussion on rec.arts.sf.written (Lyndon Frootbat LaRouche) led me to this:
SCIENCE FOR TEACHERS
Visualizing the Complex Domain
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

May 30, 2003

I shall show here, that the unstated, but implied aspect of the charge which Carl Gauss delivered in 1799, against D'Alembert, Euler, and Lagrange, lies in the implication, that the latter were virtually Satanists; that, in the sense of the philosophical tradition of both the medieval William of Ockham and those founders of modern empiricism, Venice's Paolo Sarpi and his personal lackey, Thomas Hobbes' teacher Galileo Galilei. I shall show here, without exaggeration of any kind, that that charge of Satanism is not merely relevant, but must be emphasized, to bring into focus the implicit, most essential features, and political importance, of Gauss's argument respecting mathematics itself. I shall also focus some exemplary attention on the leading role of empiricism in producing those widely accepted, incompetent doctrines of economy, such as contemporary monetarism, which have played a leading role in bringing about the 1971-2003 collapse of the economies of the Americas, Europe, Japan, and elsewhere.

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