Thursday, October 07, 1999 at 11:43:06 (PDT)
Sunday, October 03, 1999 at 12:37:38 (PDT)
I was looking for the spelling and the philosophy
behind "akom's razor" - The most simple theory is
the correct solution - something like that
Tuesday, July 13, 1999 at 15:35:34 (PDT)
"Eleanor Ann Arroway, born 25th August 1964 in DePere, Wisconsin."
Nope, I don't know how or who chose that.
It's Palmer Joss, not Johnson, so that's probably a coincidence.
Hope Karth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Monday, July 12, 1999 at 14:21:33 (PDT)
I am curious if anyone knows the references of
Ellie's home town of DePere, WI. How was this
decided? Also, The name of Palmer Johnson
intrigues me. Palmer Johnson is a ship building
company in Northeastern WI near DePere, WI. Does
anyone know the origin of these subtle details?
Friday, June 25, 1999 at 13:56:04 (PDT)
I do love it.
Billy Occam <POE.OPE@bigsur.oceans11.net>
Wednesday, June 02, 1999 at 10:57:52 (PDT)
Reflexive proof is the retreat of the non-thinker.
Declaring something to be self-evident is a dodge
to avoid analysis.
"Self-evidence" does not explain why something is
self-evident. Is it always self-evident, no matter
who examines it, or how it is measured? (etc, etc)
One's own existence may be pretty self-evident to
oneself-- but you all look pretty hallucinatory to me.
Shaman Lupus <email@example.com>
Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 12:44:46 (PST)
I for one... really love the soundtrack of this
wonderful movie. Is there anyone out there who
knows an easy way of getting a hold of it? I
would appreciate if you did, and I don't wanna
use one of those tricky, hard-to-use web-book-stores
like amazon.com or anything...
Thursday, March 04, 1999 at 23:02:15 (PST)
"As a person of faith, I'm bound by a different
covenant than Dr. Arroway, but our goal is one
and the same, the pursuit of truth. I, for one,
Sunday, February 28, 1999 at 05:31:56 (PST)
Can anyone please tell me what Palmer said to the
crowd outside after Ellies discussion about the
journey? Something about "But, I for one believe her."
Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 12:55:11 (PST)
What I mean is the number 18 in hebre is translated into
the word Life. So, did the author think of "18" hours or
did someone who wrote the screenplay.
Monday, January 11, 1999 at 19:54:14 (PST)
I'm still out here, but I don't understand the
question. In the movie, she records about 18
hours of static, which tells Kits and Constantine
that something really happened.
Monday, January 11, 1999 at 07:14:08 (PST)
If anybody is still out there...Where does the 18 hour time
travel that Elly goes on, come from? Was it in the book? Or
was it from the movie?