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The light-sensitive switches on the unlighted bulbs would respond to the already
lighted bulbs and would tend to light up their own bulbs. Thus the pattern would
tend to spread at the edges just as the water tended to flow in the polyethylene ...
A very simple notation is shown in Figure 12A. Any one thing which tends to
make a second thing go in ... If the first thing tends to get bigger, then the second
thing will also tend to get bigger. If the first thing tends to get smaller, then the
Another spoonful placed alongside and spreading into this wet area will tend to
flow into the wet area even if there is no significant depression. This is a surface
tension effect. The wetness of the surface constitutes a short term memory of the ...
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Simple and ingenious. Read it in college (decades ago). Great metaphors for how the mind works. "A memory is something that has happened, that has not entirely un-happened;" or, "A word is a tiny map ... Read full review