[REVIEW] End of Month Reviews #47 - November 2007 [spoilers]

Dave Van Domelen dvandom at haven.eyrie.org
Tue Dec 4 11:36:55 PST 2007

In article <Pine.LNX.4.64.0712041007390.8353 at haven.eyrie.org>,
Jamas Enright  <thad at eyrie.org> wrote:
>On Tue, 4 Dec 2007, Martin Phipps wrote:
>> On Dec 4, 11:26 pm, dvan... at haven.eyrie.org (Dave Van Domelen) wrote:
>>> In article <165298.1449... at web50507.mail.re2.yahoo.com>,
>>> Martin Phipps  <martinphip... at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>> Actually you may be thinking of Jamas who identified
>>>> the four net.elements as thread, spham, crosspost and
>>>> lag.  What I did was say that if Lagneto creates a
>>>> lagnetic field then he must emit "lagons".  I then
>>>> suggested that lagons are quantums of trafficolagnetic
>>>> radiation.  Now if you want to argue that the other
>>>> three forces (corresponding to gravity and the nuclear
>>>> forces) are thread, spham and crosspost the go ahead.
>>>      I don't recall if I was the first, but before Jamas I was using the
>>> net.elements of thread (water), flame (fire), pixel (earth) and net (air).
>> Jamas's four elements were flame, spham, crosspost and lag.  I was
>> going from memory and I misspoke.
>I ripped off...er, used development from Dave. Lag is a part of net, 
>crosspost comes from thread and spham from pixel (haven't used spham 
>And the fifth element is TimeIndex (plasma). [Again, from Dave.]

     Specifically: http://brrdd.com/?20 - Alt.Riders #1

     You use Flame, Thread, Net and Keystroke (rather than pixel, but I was
never that happy with the Earth-Pixel mapping anyway).

     Dave Van Domelen, would have posted earlier, but had to run off to teach
before he could dig up the right reference post.

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