Jan Cox Talk 0641

Strength Lies in Variation, Not Replication


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#641 * Apr 30, 1990 * – 1:06 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :05. Words= energy; energy = matter; matter implies its own antimatter; therefore words have anti-words. But anti-words (anti-truth) are not merely the reflected crude reverse, inverse opposite of the truth. Antonyms = cloning, inbred non-variable reproduction; weakness. Thus all vital, growing ideas have factions, revealing Life’s health, but the universal opposing reversals are never stronger than the original such that nothing ever can prevail. This explains life perfectly in the City.

All direct opposites (e.g., man and woman) are wholly different restructurings of each other. E.g., women are sexual all over whereas men are so only in one spot. It can be successfully argued that either one is the most efficient for energy flow. Man is part of a verbal energy food-chain, outside the physical realm, very important to the planet. Connection to the power of factionalization: the biggest threat of overthrow, of challenging strength, lies in chaos, not in some orderly, disciplined fanatical force.

Like-minded order is impotent. Strength lies in variation not replication. Thinking the same thought over again is replication, inbreeding. Nobody can actually have the same thought twice or Life would collapse. The strength is that men can’t do so, but seek to anyway (e.g., repeat litany of “do unto others…” etc.).


11/29/8941) •
Once, in a time not given in your history books, two worlds went to
war over  their dispute regarding
man; she first said that his uniqueness
was his intellect, and the other
claimed that man’s singularity
was in his sense of morality; A passing comet observing all of this on the run, mused how the second notion was simply growing pains of the first one.

…and Kyroot said:
Graffiti heard near a bush in the park, just after dark;
“Anarchies make little progress
But they pay no taxes.”
11V W89-(3)
…and Kyroot said:
When pressed, this one guy would admit it…
(which didn’t help much
once he returned to his wrinkled state).
…and Kyroot said:
Just because things are irrelevant doesn’t mean they HAVE to be irrelevant.
…and Kyroot said:
Here’s the latest good one I heard over in the speaker’s area of the
park; this one fellow declared,
“If ‘having something on your mind’ is proof that you’ve got a mind then a dirty diaper would be a voting proxy at Proctor & Gamble’s stockholders’ meet.”
…and Kyroot said:
The speaker declaimed, “Tis hard to be old, and be an optimist.”, and from the crowd came a response, “Hell, it’s
hard to be old.”, the speaker clapped his hands together, gave a little leap, and shouted, “I rest my case.”
…and Kyroot said:
That which by the tongue creates, Can by the tongue be destroyed.
…and Kyroot said:
All things that can grow, Will grow.
…and Kyroot said:
A guy asked me to pass this along, says he, “Anything you gotta talk about, other than this, ain’t worth the fucking effort.”
…(I’ve been sitting on this until a slow news
…and Kyroot said:
An ordinary city dweller once asked an Intellectual Revolutionist how long this kinda stuff had been going on, and the subversive replied, “I don’t know, and if
I did I’ d probably
lose all interest.”
…and Kyroot said:
All localized descriptions,
Localized restrictions,
And are
To a
Universal view.
…and Kyroot said:
Earlier times still exist.
…and Kyroot said:
The rules of the Revolution are always changing.
…and Kyroot said:
In ordinary life a man is not an operational actor in a scene until his peers and environment acknowledge and name him as such; There is no such soothing luck in the Revolution; there are no titles, no established positions, or ranks; And not only does your ordinary environment not know there is a revolution under way, they certainly do not recognize you as a participant…
…(If you wanna get downright down, dirty and gritty you could surmise that the way to tell if you’re a real, real, REAL Revolutionist is that no one, (outside of camp),knows you are one, but you…and of course
that no one knows you know but you.)
…and Kyroot said:
All achievements are dead.
…and Kyroot said:
Training and education are local, Secondary versions of new level,
Primary intelligence.
…and Kyroot said:
The Revolution never starts.
…and Kyroot said:
In some worlds, (mostly internal), a man who can write axioms can write
his own ticket
…and Kyroot said:
Two eyes always have a paradoxical look.
• :..and Kyroot said:
The purpose of the Revolution is not the overthrow of power, nor a
• change in direction; the
true intent of this kind of revolution is simply that the Revolution always continue.