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SOUND IN HYPERDIMENSIONS *audible Manifestations.(yes?) ?...

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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on January 13, 2001 21:20:32 UTC

*audible manifestations.
(The very *sound of 4-D gravity is revealed before this dissertation
closes.)
This is hardly exemplary of scientific method.
And, Sullivan, is not through, yet.
Continued Profound (3-dimensional hand wringing)
Disconcertion(s):
"I won't blame any of you who may not believe this next quote. I definitely
don't believe it myself, and it's on pages 103 & 104 of THE LIMITATIONS OF
SCIENCE. AuthorScientist J.W.N.Sullivan, summarily endorses and punctuates
Thompson's dismissal of the experimental results (2+2 must equal 5) How
obvious is it? :
How Obvious It Is:
"As long as we are considering an individual electron, we could be mislead
into thinking that its waves are physical realities. Each electron in fact
demands a 3-Dimensional Space to itself. This makes it obvious that these
waves are merely a mathematical phantom; consequently it is pro-foundly
disconcerting to find that experiment confirms their existence. The apparent
congruity between calculation and experiment must be in some sense illusory.
It is extremely difficult to avoid the conclusion that the experi-ments and
their results have yet to receive their proper interpretation". - Pages 103 &
104 of THE LIMITATIONS OF SCI-ENCE, by J.W.N. Sullivan (again): 'These
disturbed areas which are discovered to demand 3-Dimensions of Space indicate
the position of the electron; yet we cannot state that the disturbed area is
the electron. because any such locality has a tendency to spread, and if the
matter of the universe were a number of disturbed areas, by now it would have
spread indefinitely'. And so it has: and continues. That is fact #5. (How
he does carry on...)


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