See? I always knew you had a little bit of coyote in you.

When you see the light of a star what you are actually seeing

is the impulse that your optic nerve makes of it, like a dawg star,

or, in other words, you cant' be Sirius. There is always paws in between.

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Comment by Youdheya Banerjee/Bandyopadhyay on October 5, 2011 at 1:27pm
Rather "feeling" than "seeing".But impulses are not silly.The polymerized organic molecules & living micro-organisms can be differentiated only with 2 characteristics 1) replication & 2) impulse-to respond to external stimuli. Heisenberg also says Observer & Object both is important.


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