which is very boring and which we can't answer anyway since none of us are astrologists.midwestphysics wrote:Great answer! Thanks for discussing the topic.
Back to the interesting topic.
Why is my example a "false dilemma"? It's a hypothetical situation that whatever system you're proposing has to solve in an objective way.
My point is that unless you can create perfect perfect laws, you'd better not make any. Imperfect laws only allow for some to abuse them at the expense of others.
Consider my other questions: how many notes does a song need to have in order to get copyrighted? 2? 3? 14? I expect no less than a fixed number, or, lacking that, an objective method of solving the issue. If this method involves the phrase "sounds like", I expect a mathematical formula which measures this "sound alikeness". Lacking any of these, you'll have to agree that copyright laws are pretty arbitrary or subjective.