Thursday, October 19, 2017

682: The Self as a Center of Narrative Gravity

“What is a self? I will try to answer this question by developing an analogy with something much simpler, 
something which is nowhere near as puzzling as a self, but has some properties in common with selves. 
What I have in mind is the center of gravity of an object. This is a well-behaved concept in Newtonian physics. 
But a center of gravity is not an atom or a subatomic particle or any other physical item in the world. 
It has no mass; it has no color; it has no physical properties at all, except for spatio-temporal location. 
It is a fine example of what Hans Reichenbach would call an abstractum. It is a purely abstract object. 
It is, if you like , a theorist's fiction. It is not one of the real things in the universe in addition to the atoms. 
But it is a fiction that has nicely defined, well delineated and well behaved role within physics.”
This is how Daniel Dennett begins his article “The Self as a Center of Narrative Gravity” (1992).

We can manipulate centers of gravity. For instance, I change the  center of gravity of a water pitcher easily, by pouring some of the water out.

So, although a center of gravity is a purely abstract   object, it has a spatio-temporal career, which I can affect by my actions. 

It has a history, but its history can include some rather    strange episodes. As an abstractum, it is not bound by all the constraints of physical travel.
A self is also an abstract object, a theorist's fiction. 
The theory is not particle physics but what we might call a branch of people physics; 
it is more soberly known as a phenomenology or hermeneutics, or soul-science (Geisteswissenschaft). 
The physicist does an interpretation, if you like, of a chair and its behavior,
and comes up with the theoretical abstraction of a center of gravity, which is then very useful

in characterizing the behaviour of the chair in the future, under a wide variety of conditions. 
The hermeneuticist or phenomenologist, or anthropologist sees some rather more complicated things 
moving about in the world, human beings and animals, and is faced with a similar problem of  interpretation.
Dennett concludes that The Self can be considered as a Center of Narrative Gravity. On the question “Who are you”, we begin telling stories about ourselves,
as if it is about a character in a novel, we tell our history and adventures in life and the novelist is our brain.

Thank you for your attention again ….. ^_^

The Self as a Center of Narrative Gravity
in F. Kessel, P. Cole and D. Johnson, eds, Self and Consciousness: Multiple Perspectives, Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1992.

The Discussion

[2017/10/17 13:19]  herman Bergson: Feel free to throw in your questions and remarks :-)
[2017/10/17 13:20]  Ciska Riverstone: thank you herman
[2017/10/17 13:20]  herman Bergson: -Was it to o difficult?
[2017/10/17 13:21]  herman Bergson: I find the description of the Self by Dennett brilliant....
[2017/10/17 13:21]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): the best way to describe center of gravity would be as a mathematical value or measurement of distances where balance occur in all directions but can you describe self in some similar way, both however are non physical things
[2017/10/17 13:21]  herman Bergson: Indeed Bejiita....
[2017/10/17 13:21]  herman Bergson: Center of gravityI S a mathematical concept....
[2017/10/17 13:22]  herman Bergson: we use it to organize our world...predict for instance behavior of objects..
[2017/10/17 13:22]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): and self is also some kind of concept
[2017/10/17 13:22]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): not mathematical but still a concept
[2017/10/17 13:22]  herman Bergson: mentioned that already some time organizing concept
[2017/10/17 13:22]  herman Bergson: I agree  with you
[2017/10/17 13:23]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): ah
[2017/10/17 13:23]  Zorba (code2.hax): I must be missing something. Center of gravity is not a mathematical concept, but an observed reality. Things really do work that way. It's not an abstraction, and bejita's description is quite good.
[2017/10/17 13:23]  Zorba (code2.hax): It's something that can and is modeled by mathmatics.
[2017/10/17 13:23]  Zorba (code2.hax): can be and is*
[2017/10/17 13:23]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): you can calculate the center of gravity but also observe it
[2017/10/17 13:23]  herman Bergson: I am sorry to say Zorba....but it is not a reality....
[2017/10/17 13:23]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): an object will not tip if at center of gravity
[2017/10/17 13:24]  Zorba (code2.hax): calculation can be difficult if you want to precisely find the COG
[2017/10/17 13:24]  herman Bergson: you can not see a center of has no color takes no space and so on
[2017/10/17 13:24]  Zorba (code2.hax): It's as real as anything in our universe, Herman.
[2017/10/17 13:24]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): you can see its effect however
[2017/10/17 13:24]  Zorba (code2.hax): or are you a Solipsist ?
[2017/10/17 13:24]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): but not the point itselv
[2017/10/17 13:24]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): itelf
[2017/10/17 13:24]  herman Bergson: Hold on.....
[2017/10/17 13:24]  herman Bergson: Now we are drifting into an ontological discussion....
[2017/10/17 13:25]  Zorba (code2.hax): The COG is always there and can be demonstrated
[2017/10/17 13:25]  Zorba (code2.hax): .. observed
[2017/10/17 13:25]  herman Bergson: as a materialist I say that it is a mathematical concept and only real as a concept
[2017/10/17 13:25]  herman Bergson: it has no real existence as an atom
[2017/10/17 13:26]  Zorba (code2.hax): well, if you wanted to you could say that about anything in the universe that we observe, yes?
[2017/10/17 13:26]  CB Axel: You can observe that there is a center of gravity, but you cannot see a thing that is the center of gravity.
[2017/10/17 13:26]  Zorba (code2.hax): I don't think you can make that claim, Herman.
[2017/10/17 13:26]  Zorba (code2.hax): magnetic, gravitational fields are really things, but they're invisible yes.
[2017/10/17 13:27]  herman Bergson: If I would agree with you, Zorba, the Self would be a thing....which you can find inside my body
[2017/10/17 13:27]  Zorba (code2.hax): real*
[2017/10/17 13:27]  CB Axel: I can observe a block of wood, but I cannot observe a thing that is a center of gravity. I cannot remove the center of gravity and say, "Here it is!"
[2017/10/17 13:27]  herman Bergson: you apply the property REAL to a concept, which is a category mistake, which we discussed in the previous lecture
[2017/10/17 13:27]  herman Bergson: a stone is real, an atom is....
[2017/10/17 13:28]  Zorba (code2.hax): Herman, you're defining gravity by backing into it by using the analogy of self. You made a tie that you believe to be a valid analogy, and now are defining gravity by the nature of self. Did you really mean to do that?
[2017/10/17 13:28]  herman Bergson: Guess you misunderstood...
[2017/10/17 13:28]  Zorba (code2.hax): yep, must have.
[2017/10/17 13:28]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): the importance is that both of these are concepts and not physical thing
[2017/10/17 13:28]  Zorba (code2.hax): None of this really makes much sense to me.
[2017/10/17 13:29]  herman Bergson: the center of gravity is an abstract mathematical concept.....
[2017/10/17 13:29]  herman Bergson: it is not real like a stone or atom....
[2017/10/17 13:29]  Zorba (code2.hax): Physics in my world is a reality.. Gravity is real, not a concept ;-)
[2017/10/17 13:29]  herman Bergson: yet an organizing principle in our understand and predict events
[2017/10/17 13:29]  herman Bergson: I am not talking about gravity
[2017/10/17 13:30]  herman Bergson: I am talking about a mathematical point in an object
[2017/10/17 13:30]  Zorba (code2.hax): I think it's fine to use analogies to try and explain things we don't understand, but it's not good to lose sight of the fact that gravity is not like the self, and the self is not really like gravity. To believe it to be so to me would be conflation in the extreme.
[2017/10/17 13:30]  herman Bergson: And Dennett uses this analogy to show that the concept of the Self is such a kind of concept too
[2017/10/17 13:31]  Zorba (code2.hax): Yes, I understood what he's trying to say
[2017/10/17 13:31]  CB Axel: He's not talking about gravity. He's talking about the concept of a center of gravity in an object.
[2017/10/17 13:31]  herman Bergson: As I said...I am NOT talking about gravity...
[2017/10/17 13:31]  Ciska Riverstone: I think you dislike the fact that the concept of self cannot be calculated as the concept of gravitiy zorba
[2017/10/17 13:31]  Ciska Riverstone: which of course is true
[2017/10/17 13:31]  herman Bergson: I am talking about a mathematical point in objects caused by gravity
[2017/10/17 13:31]  Zorba (code2.hax): objects that exhibit gravity tend to have centers of gravity as described by Bejita
[2017/10/17 13:32]  Ciska Riverstone: maths is just a relational concept which explains certain physical phenomenons in a way which is repeatable
[2017/10/17 13:32]  Zorba (code2.hax): It's not a matter of like or dislike, Ciska, it's a mater of physics and logic.
[2017/10/17 13:33]  herman Bergson: I think I am still quite logical in what I claim :-)
[2017/10/17 13:33]  herman Bergson: What this is all about is about the concept of the Self...
[2017/10/17 13:33]  herman Bergson: liek a canter of gravity, it is a center of narrative gravity....
[2017/10/17 13:34]  Zorba (code2.hax): Herman, I don't believe it to be a 'mathematical point'. It's a real physical point that the object can physically be balanced on. The math is only a map or model that could possibly describe it's location, but the location is real, not a 'concept'
[2017/10/17 13:34]  CB Axel: So the self is not real?
[2017/10/17 13:34]  herman Bergson: It means that when we try to understand what the Self is, we have to conclude that it is an organizing principle, concept produced by the brain to understand  a person and his behavior
[2017/10/17 13:35]  Ciska Riverstone: what’s math for you zorba?
[2017/10/17 13:35]  herman Bergson: no CB, not in the sense as an atom or a tree is real
[2017/10/17 13:35]  Zorba (code2.hax): I agree that understanding the self to be an issue. I don't disagree. Perhaps I see the analogy as being poor
[2017/10/17 13:35]  herman Bergson: Yet it exists in our mind.....
[2017/10/17 13:35]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): yes
[2017/10/17 13:35]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): but it is not a thing
[2017/10/17 13:35]  CB Axel: Right. And the center of gravity is not real in the sense that and atom or a tree is real.
[2017/10/17 13:35]  herman Bergson: indeed Bejiita...
[2017/10/17 13:35]  CB Axel: *an atom
[2017/10/17 13:36]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): its a rcursive concept when you sefer back to yorself
[2017/10/17 13:36]  herman Bergson: and the analogy is NOT about gravity, but about mathematics in fact
[2017/10/17 13:36]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): when I say I i refer to myself but not when I say you
[2017/10/17 13:36]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): then i refer to someone else
[2017/10/17 13:36]  Zorba (code2.hax): it's a collection of gravitations forces of the particles that make up the object, and their gravitational summary center.
[2017/10/17 13:36]  Zorba (code2.hax): real stuff ;-)
[2017/10/17 13:36]  herman Bergson: Because we understand people as a a Person we can understand and sometimes predict their behavior
[2017/10/17 13:37]  herman Bergson: the same way we can predict the behavior of a chair calculation with tis center of gravity
[2017/10/17 13:38]  CB Axel: The self is a collection of experiences in our lives.
[2017/10/17 13:38]  Ciska Riverstone: i'd disagree there herman - because math will not bring u to understand and predict a person ;)
[2017/10/17 13:38]  Ciska Riverstone: whereas math will do it for the gravity center of a chair
[2017/10/17 13:38]  herman Bergson: no no...that is not what I am saying...
[2017/10/17 13:38]  herman Bergson: psychology applies here....
[2017/10/17 13:38]  Ciska Riverstone: right
[2017/10/17 13:39]  herman Bergson: math applies to the chair
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Ciska Riverstone: math applies to physics - as a concept
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Zorba (code2.hax): /me watches the analogy break down... :-(
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Ciska Riverstone: psychology applies to self as a concept
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Ciska Riverstone: no it still works zorba
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Zorba (code2.hax): not really
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Ciska Riverstone: u just need to be specific about it
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Zorba (code2.hax): I don't
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Zorba (code2.hax): it's not mine ;-)
[2017/10/17 13:39]  Ciska Riverstone: hehe yes of course
[2017/10/17 13:40]  Ciska Riverstone: u can  describe it differently too
[2017/10/17 13:40]  Ciska Riverstone: thats a matter of language
[2017/10/17 13:40]  Zorba (code2.hax): /me nods
[2017/10/17 13:40]  herman Bergson: Zorba...:-)
[2017/10/17 13:40]  herman Bergson: The Self as a Center of Narrative Gravity
 in F. Kessel, P. Cole and D. Johnson, eds, Self and Consciousness: Multiple Perspectives, Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1992.
[2017/10/17 13:40]  herman Bergson: There you find the original article of Dennett
[2017/10/17 13:40]  herman Bergson: Search on that title and you can download it as PDF
[2017/10/17 13:40]  Zorba (code2.hax): In a very abstract sense, I don't disagree, Herman
[2017/10/17 13:41]  herman Bergson: This is an abstract matter
[2017/10/17 13:41]  herman Bergson: The concept is an abstractum as Dennett said referring to Reichenbach
[2017/10/17 13:41]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): and saved to computer already
[2017/10/17 13:42]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako):
[2017/10/17 13:42]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): for later reading
[2017/10/17 13:42]  Zorba (code2.hax): But some of the claims about the nature of gravity that are tossed about in this are simply not truth
[2017/10/17 13:42]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): was not hard to find
[2017/10/17 13:42]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako):
[2017/10/17 13:42]  Zorba (code2.hax): gtg. Thanks for the presentation, Herman. Tc all
[2017/10/17 13:42]  herman Bergson: as I said....I never talked about gravity. here...
[2017/10/17 13:42]  herman Bergson: good discussion :-))
[2017/10/17 13:43]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako):
[2017/10/17 13:43]  herman Bergson: our hearts we all carry a center of gravity  ^_^
[2017/10/17 13:44]  Ciska Riverstone: hehehe buddha would agree with u fully ,)
[2017/10/17 13:44]  herman Bergson: and when you displace it you get aout of balance :-)
[2017/10/17 13:44]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako):
[2017/10/17 13:44]  Ciska Riverstone: (although he might suggest it could be in our toe too ;) )
[2017/10/17 13:44]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): ah
[2017/10/17 13:44]  herman Bergson: Taht's a mattter of maths Ciska :-)
[2017/10/17 13:45]  Ciska Riverstone: hahahah
[2017/10/17 13:45]  herman Bergson: Some have it in their head, some in there genitals , some in their toes, I'd say...
[2017/10/17 13:45]  herman Bergson: looking at human behavior
[2017/10/17 13:45]  Ciska Riverstone: i'd like to reckon where mine is ,)
[2017/10/17 13:45]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): some behind their "ellebogen"
[2017/10/17 13:45]  Ciska Riverstone: u have the formular?
[2017/10/17 13:45]  Ciska Riverstone: heheheh beertje
[2017/10/17 13:45]  herman Bergson: good one Beertje :-)
[2017/10/17 13:46]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): grins
[2017/10/17 13:46]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako):
[2017/10/17 13:46]  herman Bergson: I think it is ellbow in english
[2017/10/17 13:46]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): i didn't know how to spell it
[2017/10/17 13:46]  Ciska Riverstone: ellenbogen its in german - so i'm very happy with ellebogen
[2017/10/17 13:47]  herman Bergson: interesting....did the Brits learn this word from us?
[2017/10/17 13:47]  CB Axel: Probably
[2017/10/17 13:47]  herman Bergson: why would that be...? :-))
[2017/10/17 13:47]  herman Bergson: knee.....Dutch knie
[2017/10/17 13:48]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): kindergarten...
[2017/10/17 13:48]  herman Bergson: ellbow and knee....
[2017/10/17 13:48]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): german
[2017/10/17 13:48]  CB Axel: It's all from whatever the first language was.
[2017/10/17 13:48]  herman Bergson: interesting...these joints are derived from Dutch terms :-)
[2017/10/17 13:48]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): hmm ok
[2017/10/17 13:48]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): question...
[2017/10/17 13:49]  CB Axel: Since we've all had knees and elbows from the beginning of language, the names for them are all related.
[2017/10/17 13:49]  herman Bergson: Allthough not a philosophical question yet quite interesting ^_^
[2017/10/17 13:49]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): when a person gets another heart, sometimes his or hers identity changes
[2017/10/17 13:49]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): how is that possible?
[2017/10/17 13:50]  CB Axel: It's probably a psychological thing, Beertje.
[2017/10/17 13:50]  herman Bergson: that is just a psychological issue, I'd say
[2017/10/17 13:50]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): taking over the givers haert and idientity?
[2017/10/17 13:50]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): how can one know how that person was?
[2017/10/17 13:51]  herman Bergson: no....just the belief that the heart you got , is related to the identity of the donor
[2017/10/17 13:51]  CB Axel: And you know that person was a kind and generous person.
[2017/10/17 13:51]  herman Bergson: At least...yes
[2017/10/17 13:52]  herman Bergson: But you  never know the color of his or her hair...
[2017/10/17 13:52]  herman Bergson: you not even know if it was a man or a woman
[2017/10/17 13:53]  herman Bergson: But I guess there is some TV documentary in which someone tells he / she is  in contact with the donor :-)
[2017/10/17 13:53]  herman Bergson: we love such stories
[2017/10/17 13:53]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): i didn't know about  a tv documentary
[2017/10/17 13:53]  herman Bergson: Implies an afterlife and so on
[2017/10/17 13:54]  herman Bergson: Neither do I Beertje :-))
[2017/10/17 13:54]  herman Bergson: But when you can think of it, it exists somewhere, is my experience :-))
[2017/10/17 13:54]  CB Axel: This Thursday is the anniversary of a surgery where a baby girl got a baboon heart. I doubt that she began to identify as a baboon.
[2017/10/17 13:54]  herman Bergson: Did it work, CB?
[2017/10/17 13:55]  CB Axel: Only for a short time. Days, I believe. She died before a human heart could be found.
[2017/10/17 13:56]  herman Bergson: Always a sad story....but they tried....
[2017/10/17 13:57]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): aw
[2017/10/17 13:57]  herman Bergson: Well...this was an interesting discussion again ^_^
[2017/10/17 13:57]  Ciska Riverstone: (just for the backround
[2017/10/17 13:57]  kirsche64: ist online.
[2017/10/17 13:57]  CB Axel: From wikipedia: Though she died within a month of the procedure, she lived weeks longer than any previous recipient of a non-human heart.
[2017/10/17 13:57]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): it was interesting indeed
[2017/10/17 13:57]  herman Bergson: ahh...let's have a look
[2017/10/17 13:58]  herman Bergson: The heart does not contain brain cells. It contains neurons that comprise its own intrinsic system for regulating cardiac function. Further, neurons alone do not equal mind or consciousness. It takes the specialized organization of neurons in the brain to produce cognitive processes that we experience as the mind.
[2017/10/17 13:58]  herman Bergson: Answers your question, I guess Beertje
[2017/10/17 13:58]  Ciska Riverstone: it shows that research is done
[2017/10/17 13:58]  Ciska Riverstone: thats how far it is atm
[2017/10/17 13:59]  herman Bergson: yes..interesting....
[2017/10/17 13:59]  Ciska Riverstone: its difficult to say where it will lead
[2017/10/17 13:59]  Ciska Riverstone: maybe
[2017/10/17 13:59]  Ciska Riverstone: just maybe
[2017/10/17 13:59]  Ciska Riverstone: there is some connection
[2017/10/17 13:59]  herman Bergson: make one remark....
[2017/10/17 13:59]  Ciska Riverstone: but right now that cannot be confirmed
[2017/10/17 13:59]  Ciska Riverstone: the pint is
[2017/10/17 13:59]  Ciska Riverstone: if people experience something
[2017/10/17 13:59]  herman Bergson: when we talk about the Mind, we tend to think of the BRAIN as the source....
[2017/10/17 13:59]  Ciska Riverstone: this could be a biological basis for that
[2017/10/17 14:00]  Loreen Aldrin: ist online.
[2017/10/17 14:00]  herman Bergson: but the brain is just a part of the whole central nervous system...
[2017/10/17 14:00]  Ciska Riverstone: yep
[2017/10/17 14:00]  herman Bergson: so the whole body can be the source of the mind
[2017/10/17 14:00]  Ciska Riverstone: as long as we do not know how things are stored where...
[2017/10/17 14:00]  Ciska Riverstone: we just don'T know ;)
[2017/10/17 14:01]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): i guess
[2017/10/17 14:01]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): can the mind die?
[2017/10/17 14:01]  herman Bergson: what do you mean Ciska...we know that our memories are in our brain...
[2017/10/17 14:01]  herman Bergson: BUT>....
[2017/10/17 14:01]  herman Bergson: there is something else...
[2017/10/17 14:01]  herman Bergson: our  muscles have a memory too...
[2017/10/17 14:02]  herman Bergson: I had my flute repaired....
[2017/10/17 14:02]  Ciska Riverstone: lets put it like that we can savely say up to now that something in the brain stores
[2017/10/17 14:02]  Ciska Riverstone: but we do not know about the rest
[2017/10/17 14:02]  herman Bergson: stared to ply afer almost ten years again....
[2017/10/17 14:02]  Ciska Riverstone: we assume most is done in the brain
[2017/10/17 14:02]  Ciska Riverstone: but braindead people for example have still reactions
[2017/10/17 14:02]  herman Bergson: and I said to the man who did the job...don’t know if I can play again...
[2017/10/17 14:02]  Ciska Riverstone: or can have
[2017/10/17 14:03]  Ciska Riverstone: good for you herman
[2017/10/17 14:03]  herman Bergson: He said....don't is like riding a bike....also after ten years you still can do it
[2017/10/17 14:03]  herman Bergson: It may be that my brain controls the movements of my fingers...
[2017/10/17 14:04]  herman Bergson: but the n muscles in my fingers seem to be pretty smart and quick learning again
[2017/10/17 14:04]  Ciska Riverstone: sure - u trott the old autobahns ,)
[2017/10/17 14:04]  herman Bergson: so...maybe the source of the mind is the  whole body
[2017/10/17 14:05]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): maybe
[2017/10/17 14:05]  herman Bergson: I agree Ciska, but I still can not drive 160 km an hour at the moment :-)
[2017/10/17 14:06]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): on his speed bike:)
[2017/10/17 14:06]  Ciska Riverstone: heheh
[2017/10/17 14:06]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako):
[2017/10/17 14:06]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): if you put a jet engine on it you can
[2017/10/17 14:06]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako):
[2017/10/17 14:06]  herman Bergson: It is a flute, bejiita :-))
[2017/10/17 14:07]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): the fastest bike in the Netherlands was 120 km hour
[2017/10/17 14:07]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): are we talking instruments or vehicles?
[2017/10/17 14:07]  CB Axel: /me is trying to imagine a jet powered flute
[2017/10/17 14:07]  herman Bergson: Me too CB :-))
[2017/10/17 14:07]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): that would be loud for sure
[2017/10/17 14:07]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): compressed air drive could wor, like an organ
[2017/10/17 14:08]  herman Bergson: Well I suggest you all try it out at home..:-)
[2017/10/17 14:08]  herman Bergson: For today we havedone enough, I'd say
[2017/10/17 14:08]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): you said the mind is in the whole body, if one looses a leg wil he loose a part of his mind?
[2017/10/17 14:08]  herman Bergson: So thank you all agin ...
[2017/10/17 14:08]  herman Bergson: Class dismissed..
[2017/10/17 14:08]  Ciska Riverstone: thanx herman
[2017/10/17 14:09]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): now im gonna read that pdf, then do some more JS scripts
[2017/10/17 14:09]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): then sleep
[2017/10/17 14:09]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): cu next time
[2017/10/17 14:09]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): nice as usual
[2017/10/17 14:09]  Ciska Riverstone: sleep well bejiita
[2017/10/17 14:09]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): welterusten Bejiita
[2017/10/17 14:09]  Ciska Riverstone: welterusten beertje
[2017/10/17 14:09]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: thank you Herman and class :-)
[2017/10/17 14:09]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako):
[2017/10/17 14:09]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: ***** APPPPPPPLLLLAAAUUUSSSSEEEEEEE***********
[2017/10/17 14:09]  herman Bergson: OK Bejiita...!
[2017/10/17 14:09]  Particle Physicist Bejiita (bejiita.imako): YAY! (yay!)
[2017/10/17 14:09]  CB Axel: Good night, everyone. See you Thursday. °͜°
[2017/10/17 14:09]  herman Bergson: Bye CB
[2017/10/17 14:10]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): welterusten Ciska en Herman
[2017/10/17 14:10]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: gute nacht :-) see you Thursday
[2017/10/17 14:10]  Ciska Riverstone:
[2017/10/17 14:10]  herman Bergson: Bye Beertje :-)
[2017/10/17 14:10]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): oops forgot you Bergie
[2017/10/17 14:10]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: #°*** BABA ***°#
[2017/10/17 14:10]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: :-))
[2017/10/17 14:10]  .: Beertje :. (beertje.beaumont): Gute nacht
[2017/10/17 14:11]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: hihi :-)
[2017/10/17 14:11]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: sleep well beertje:-)
[2017/10/17 14:11]  Ciska Riverstone: *** Gute Nacht, Freunde, es wird Zeit für mich zu geh‘n ***
[2017/10/17 14:11]  Ciska Riverstone: ;)
[2017/10/17 14:11]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: turtles?
[2017/10/17 14:12]  herman Bergson: Was ich noch zu sagen hätte dauert nur ein zigarette und ein letztes glas im stehen
[2017/10/17 14:12]  bergfrau Apfelbaum: hehe
[2017/10/17 14:12]  bergfrau Apfelbaum:  *¨¨**''* Cheers *''**¨¨*

[2017/10/17 14:12]  herman Bergson: \o/

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