Posted by Erol Abit on March 06, 1999 at 10:39:48:
In Reply to: Re: Rugs Smell posted by Steve Price on March 06, 1999 at 07:45:05:
Dear Steve and All,
Thanks again for scientific information. In fact, I was not suggesting a new idea.
Anyways, I still couldn't get the answer to
What Is Being Transmitted From A Rug To A Rug Lover? if it is not odor. If it is among the personal secrets of collectors, I can understand.
I thought we were passing step-by-step [a character of discussion boards as opposed to articles (results of discussions) mentioned by John above] nearby a paradigmatic question "are we learning some completely new things about rugs by means of the Web as a visual environment and also as an isolated environment from odors, touch-feelings, etc.?"
If we consider the rugs as "passive objects" with no movement, is there somethings which is emitted, convected or conducted from them or not? If there is any, is it a thing which can be accessed into the net transmission lines and then onto the web? I thought it could be odor which cannot be transmitted, but I learned now I was wrong. The rug has no particular odor. This is only what "I" learned. What is whole rug world learning?...
ps. I needed to use the html tags. If you think unnecessary, please tell me.
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