Hitoshi Kitada (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 23 Nov 1999 22:10:03 +0900
Dear Robert and All,
Thanks for your caution. I do not mean that the "industry" is a one that would
disturb the power-side nor mean that it intends to get another power for another
party. If it would be harmful to the power-side, it is not my intention. I want
to make it a common sense which does not cause any unbalance that is usual in
specialists' knowledges. As Bill quotes Lao-tsu:
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> There are so many possible reasons for the state
> of the world today that I thought that it might be
> informative to see some what the Tao Te Ching
> has to say. The part concerning knowledge is
> kind of scary...
> TAO TE CHING on Many-Worlds
> 1. "...the sage, in the exercise of his government, empties the peoples'
> minds, fills their bellies, weakens their wills, strengthens their bones. He
> constantly tries to keep them without knowledge and without desire, and where
> there are those who have knowledge, to keep them from presuming to act on it.
> Where there is this abstinence from action, good order is universal."
> 2. "There is no guilt greater than to sanction ambition, no calamity greater
> than to be discontented with one's lot, no fault greater than the wish to be
> getting. Therefore the sufficiency of contentment is an enduring and
> unchanging sufficiency."
> 3. "To those who are good to me, I am good; and to those who are not good to
> me, I am also good, and thus all get to be good. To those who are sincere
> with me, I am sincere; and to those who are not sincere with me, I am also
> sincere, and thus all get to be sincere. The sage does not accumulate for
> himself. The more that he expends for others, the more does he possess of his
> own; the more that he gives to others, the more does he have himself."
> Perhaps Hitoshi can clarify this position on epistemology.
the true knowledge is not on the side of the power. We all know this in
actuality even if the power of each age pretends not to recognize the truth.
This is sufficient. I do not want that the "truth" has to be authorized.
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From: ca314159 <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, November 20, 1999 1:51 PM
Subject: [time 1020] Power in the control of Time
> Hitoshi Kitada wrote:
> > Their work suggests that the investigation of time becomes within a reach of
> > concrete physics, i.e. one can produce papers on time as one of the usual
> > researches as other physical areas. The period for paradigm shift might have
> > ended, and a time industry seems to be starting.
> > Best wishes,
> > Hitoshi
> 'Time' definitely seems to be getting more serious, formal and rigorous
> attention. You might look foward to more serious attention for all the
> work you've done on it.
> But the concept of time, is a very political one. It can be used to
> change history as we know it, and replace it with one which better
> suits someone else's motives. This has been done many times throughout
> history; in germany for instance, when the blank slates of youth, were
> installed with hitler's own version of history.
> The 'pressure' of Time is often used to keep people ignorant and so
> occupied as to not see past their noses. The time slaves are the people
> who work "on the clock".
> With such "power" coming from the control of Time,
> "The control of Time" is synonymous with "Power".
> Political factions may recognize this, and suppress or hide any
> developments that might reduce the power which they have derived
> from their less rigorous but substantial understanding of Time.
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