The irony about common knowledge is that it cannot be based on ordinary language.
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Ordinary language, by reciprocity, is not in the public domain. This explains the perennial, and powerful, tendency towards censorship. This is why messages so often have to be laid between the lines. A famous example is the grook by Piet Hein about losing a glove.
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A researcher is one who is nose to knows with the data.
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Exploiting existing structure can’t hold a candle to creating new structure.
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Here is the link to a site where this is discussed.
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Simply by paying attention you gain some amount of authority.
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Here is the link to the site.
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Here is the like to the page where I ran across it.
-also contains the phrase ‘broken attempts by users unaware of the subtleties’.
“TROPE-A-DOPE: The use of the word ‘trope’ in any circumstance whatsoever, revealing that one has had an education just good enough to know a lot of extra words, but not when not to use them.”
Silyas Dogwood, in ‘Ransom Note: First Draft’.
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Patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel, and religion is the last refuge of the incompetent.
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