cyberspace n :    The network of, a computer/computers, computers that use
protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange; a consciousness sharing, forum, tool.          [syn: internet]



1. /si:'ber-space/ 1. Notional "information-space"
loaded with cues and navigable with a brain-computer interface.

2. Occasionally, the metaphoric location of the mind of a person. Some report
experiencing strong eidetic imagery, interestingly, independent reports from multiple sources
suggest that there are common features to the experience. In particular, the
dominant colors of this subjective "cyberspace" are often gray and silver,
and the imagery often involves constellations of marching dots,
elaborate shifting patterns of lines and angles, or moiré patterns.

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"Those who have taken upon them to lay down the law of Nature as a thing already searched out and understood, whether they have spoken in simple assurance or professional affectation, have therein done philosophy and the sciences great injury. For as they have been successful in inducing belief so they have been effective in quenching and stopping inquiry; and have done more harm by spoiling and putting an end to other men's efforts than good by their own."
Francis Bacon: Novum Organum


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"Some books are to be Tasted, others to be Swallowed,
and some few to be Chewed and Digested. That is, some books
are to be read only in Parts; others to be read but not Curiously;
and some few to be read Wholly, and with Diligence and Attention."


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