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Your System Relies On Distinction

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Posted by Alan on September 15, 2001 21:59:05 UTC

Alex, your explanation still relies totally on the notion of 'distinction'.

An electric charge; an orbit change; an oscillation; a photon; to exist at all, a phenomenon must be distinct, differentiated from other phenomena.

You openly admit that these distinctions are mathmatically consistent with no human constructs needed. You don't seem to realise that since 'distinctness' is at the core of your every explanation, and since distinctness is what existence delivers, and since Christianity teaches Existence = God; you have demonstrated that God is everywhere and in all things.

You differentiate reality with respect to Existence (you say 0 or 1); human constructs enter the picture when reality is differentiated with respect to more complex patterns than the core of 'Existence'. Also, if humans are self-referent through and through, all the physics/math talk is a human construct- a reflection of yourself in a mirror, so to speak. The comparing and matching of external patterns with internal patterns is how humans operate.

John Cramer seems to back up my idea that the Universe is full of 'deals' or 'contracts'; freedom/ agreement being at the very core of every quantum phenomenon.

What do you think of John Cramer's 'transactional interpretation' of quantum mechanics?
See page 239 of "Schrodinger's Kittens" by John Gribbin.

At the beginning of the book is the usual: "All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of Weidenfield & Nicolson". So legally I can not quote the book? Thus many books block discussion of their contents.

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