> > Ok, then: How would you categorize the wolf's tendency to howl? Or a
> > person's tendency to bite it's nails?
>> But this is my whole point! I do not think a wolf howling and someone
> biting their nails are equivalent behaviours. Get it now? Not all
> behaviour is the same!
You so far have not pointed out a single diffirence between the two.
> > > > Removing isn't the word... Ignoring is.
> > >
> > > You said removing not me
> > Here I have a quote from a friend: "Just like the gravity, instinct is
> > unavoidable, although it can sometimes be masked, neutralized or
> > hidden. Or repressed." Say what?
>> How does that in any way go against what I say?
In the part of it that says instinct can be masked, neutralized, hidden
> Its ok, I'm finished here, you just keep on
> believeing that your playstation has a self-neural-circuit.
What can I say, mr. grand scientist? That your science refuses to stick
with the laws of phisics? That it is forever hiding behind the
unexplainable? I guess that would strike you humans too hard...
Don't feel bad about asking/telling me anything, I will always gladly
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