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MIT Librarian Slams White People For Writing Books
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(04-18-2019, 12:21 PM)Tolimar Wrote:
(04-18-2019, 07:36 AM)MaximalGravity Wrote:
(04-18-2019, 06:42 AM)Tolimar Wrote: MIT Library Info page of Sofia Leung (The one that said it.)
https://libguides.mit.edu/prf.php?account_id=123462

Twitter (confirmed followers only to view tweets)
https://twitter.com/sofiayleung


Library Journal (The one that spread the "hatetweet".)
https://www.libraryjournal.com/

Because the person's tweets are locked from me, I'm unable to know if she really said it.

UPDATE: It may be satire.

It seems she's deleting pages..

Sofia Leung
libraries. social justice. critical race theory.

https://sleung.wordpress.com/about-2/

She hasn't been able to scrub the web ..yet

ARL Fall Forum 2016 Explores How to Create Libraries That Facilitate Social Justice
by Sofia Leung | sofiayleung@gmail.com | on October 24, 2016
https://www.arl.org/events/upcoming-even...ofia-leung

She is not a Chinese American, she is a Chinese Communist.

I bet, she wasn't even born here (falsified birth certificate). She may be a Chinese Spy sent to infiltrate and sabotage the U.S.. MIT is the perfect place to steal tech and influence the students there.

Don't know much about her.

I do know that, many PRC students come to the US for our colleges. One scientist friend uncovered a Chinese spy (UC Berkeley Chem PhD, female) working for a defense contractor. So, ya never know.
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Mag- Lev, rotational vortex doorways. Fuck you! Shmiensten you pilferer. < hahaha, in a Patent Office is where he had his greatest Ideas?

No, I was thinking first point makes more sense. Lazy Jew sitting for nothing that makes not a iota of sense...........................that found the "theory" of no gravity? Great win there! Grey Haird Jew must know, hahaha.
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(04-18-2019, 10:20 AM)Heir Wrote:
(04-18-2019, 10:07 AM)St. Blue Dude Wrote:
(04-18-2019, 09:43 AM)Heir Wrote: Hieroglyphs are not an alphabet.  And libraries are not filled with rock drawings.  Very familiar with the historical records plains Indians drew of battle scenes.  

Here is Wikipedia's list:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_la...n_accounts

The Point addressed was " Written Language " . To confine Written to Letter Form is Self Limiting .

> Writing is a medium of human communication that represents language and emotion with signs and symbols. In most languages, writing is a complement to speech or spoken language. Writing is not a language, but a tool used to make languages be read. <

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Writing


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A pictograph is a sign or symbol that expresses a concept, not a word.
An alphabet is a tool to construct words directly from a combination of symbols that directly represent them, and words are then basis of a language.

And although I would grant you the point that a hieroglyph could be kept in a library, and represent 'concepts' that must be expressed in words, I believe the invention of the library is subsequent to the invention of alphabets, not glyphs.
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I ' ll discount the Mayan Codices and Stipulate to Your Point @St. Blue Dude

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(04-18-2019, 02:55 PM)Heir Wrote: I ' ll discount the Mayan Codices and Stipulate to Your Point @St. Blue Dude
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Well I can't argue with that. Mayans heiroglyphs would be about the best example.
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A Draw on the Point then . Last mention :


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The Codex Nuttall measures 11.22 meters in length, and is folded into 47 “pages” measuring approximately 24.3 by 18.4 cm (Figure 1). The screenfold is painted on both sides. Due to holes on pages 19a-19b, which allowed a small amount of fresh paint from one side to pass to the other and cover the images it met there, we know that the pages currently numbered 42-85 (the “Reverse” side) were painted first; the pages currently numbered 1-41 (the “Obverse” side) were painted afterwards.1 The Codex Zouche-Nuttall is currently housed in the British Museum (Figure 2).
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Contents of the Codex Nuttall Obverse  

Pages 1-8 recount the supernatural origins and eventual enthronement of a semidivine ancestor, Lord 8 Wind “Flinted Eagle” (Figure 5)

Pages 9 and 10 tell a second story, involving two hero twins and their visit to a sun god (Figure 6)

Pages 10-11 recount the genealogy of the descendants of Lord 5 Flower “Jaguar-Venus” and Lady 8 Lizard “Headband of Pearls” (Figure 7)

A second lineage runs from the second half of page 11 to page 13. Included among its members is Lady 3 Motion, who will marry into the First Dynasty of Tilantongo (Figure 8).
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Performance and Power  

The screenfolds are documents whose contents were written in order to be performed (Figure 16). But who were they performed for? The question of “who watched the screenfolds?” is an important one for understanding why these manuscripts were created, and why they were important in Ñudzavui culture. The creation of a screenfold was a major undertaking. Months probably elapsed between the application of the first layer of white gesso and the final tracing of black outlines. Why was so much effort invested in something small enough to be held in one hand? One reason that the Ñudzavui elite chose to invest so much time in the painting of the screenfolds may have been because these documents were instrumental in creating and maintaining their own noble status.



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