From: marilyn brakhage (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jul 19 2010 - 17:17:04 PDT
Yes, I agree, if you define it in this way. But that didn't seem to
be what was suggested by the term in earlier posts. An experiment
that later "becomes conventional" (as someone was saying) is not the
sort of experiment -- or the meaning of such -- that you refer to
here. But perhaps that was Matt's point also.
On 19-Jul-10, at 10:53 AM, Sam Wells wrote:
> It would not become an outdated "experiment," thus.
> A real experiment is never outdated.
> Its implications reveal themselves as they unfold over time; this is
> in the most literal sense Holonomic.
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