(fwd from Roger Baker) bicephalous

Les Schaffer schaffer at optonline.net
Fri Jul 11 12:57:07 MDT 2003


Gilles concludes:

<<The GP may not be the perfect vehicle but it seems that at this time
it's the only vehicle that has *some* viability if one wants to break
ranks with the bicephalous system>>

I don't want to appear presumptuous about words, especially when the
word is used by a skilled wordsmith like Gilles, but it is unusual to
see the word "bicephalous," which of course means two-headed.  Perhaps
a closer approximation of the system is "bihydrocephalus."

Webster: hydrocephalus: an abnormal increase in the amount of
cerebrospinal fluid within the cranial cavity that is accompanied by
expansion of the cerebral ventricles, enlargement of the skull and
especially the forehead, and atrophy of the brain (untreated).





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