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 Post subject: Re: comeback
PostPosted: February 24th, 2012, 4:22 am 
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booked wrote:
Bob created duality to Plum and Square both/and plus some.


BOB: The more appropriate way to write that is this, booked, to get the emphasis:

both/AND


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 Post subject: Re: comeback
PostPosted: February 24th, 2012, 4:38 am 
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Indeed. both/AND +(iON)electron.


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 Post subject: Re: comeback
PostPosted: February 24th, 2012, 12:32 pm 
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booked wrote:
Bob created duality to Plum and Square both/and plus some.


iON once said to me, "Ask Bob about 'plumb and square'. Bob
can tell you a lot about 'plumb and square'."

It's funny that the weight used to plumb a structure / object
is called a "plumb-bob".

So, what the hell does plumb and square mean in the iONic
world?

When you square something, you use a tool to ensure a 90
degree (right) angle.

When you plumb something, you align the structure / object
vertically, using gravity (the plumb-bob).

So, when something is plumb and square, it means it is made
to align vertically in space in relation to an invisible line,
projecting out from the center of the Earth (via the plumb-bob
and string, as directed by gravity) and has at least one 90
degree (right) angle (either with regard to itself, or in relation
to another object / structure).

Anyone care to overlay some iONic goodness here?


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