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Thou liest, thou jesting monkey, thou - The Tempest :-)

As tilly kindly pointed out, only some primates are monkeys, and humans are not amongst these.

Some people might still say that, "a monkey did in fact write all Shakespearean novels". Predicating a quality (written by a monkey) to a non-existent object (a Shakespearean novel) is logically problematic. And these problems are very interesting, though I'm sorry to say that I no longer remember them well enough to speak knowledgeably about them.

In any case, it doesn't matter. Let's say a monkey did write all Shakespearean novels (in which case so did each of the squirrels in my yard... and indeed, they wrote themselves, too. The novels that is, not the squirrels). Still, I said a monkey would never reproduce a single Shakespeare novel, and that holds true.

It interests me, however, that in the same post you claim both to be a monkey and to be picking nits... at least you seem well-groomed. ;-)

Now, God help thee, poor monkey! - Macbeth

In reply to RE: RE: RE: Genetic Programming or breeding Perls by Petruchio
in thread Genetic Programming or breeding Perls by gumpu

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