Fw: [-empyre-] COLLISION SINGS

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From: "melinda rackham" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 9:54 AM
Subject: Re: [-empyre-] COLLISION SINGS

> K+M wrote
> > >memory is one string, both embodied and disembodied memories,
> > >as unreliable as bodies and words.
> >
> > ………how do we feel about attribution of ownership in regards 2
> > mem(e)ories?……..
> i also think there is an energetic line that binds them.. a sticky
> protein string, maybe its somehow enmeshed in the electrical energetic
> bursts thata make my computer screen and the web happen… also i truely
> believe i have gene memories.. memories and familiaraties that have
> to do with my conscious lived experience on or offline.. (um and i DONT
> new age past-lives..i mean memory that is physically encoded) so im
> wondering about memory that is physically encoded in web personalities..?
> our memory of them their memories of themselves..
> ….i find watching pre-parkinson's footage of michael j fox so
> > fascinating, as u realise that those idiosyncratic body-gestures may not
> > so idiosyncratic after all, but precursors of the onset of a condition
> that
> > is basically physical identity-notation|body language parsing gone
> awry…..
> yes i sat with a great aunt after a stroke and she made the most amazing
> poetic dada surreal sentance constructions.. like you could really
> the hardwire errors of consciouss commiunication at work building another
> langauage which made complete sense to her but no one else untill you
> stsrted to decode it..
> .> >finally I find a thread in the banter that connects this person/text
> me.
> > >reading academic papers made up of a patchwork of quotations
> > >I wonder 'who is actually talking here?'.
> yeah but we are all just amalgums each time we speak anyway.. the
> referenceing thing just make sit more formal.. nothing ive written here is
> original..its all just rehashed thoughts and texts from someone else that
> i've consumed over time and regurgitated in my own mix..
> i keep getting back to the idea that nothing is original ..there is no
> newness in the world.. just recycling of finite parts..
> melinda
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