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Where You Use Math: Thus Pattern Matching

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Posted by Alan on September 16, 2001 03:44:04 UTC

Good point Mark.
Thus my theory is demonstrated to be more basic than math itself: if math is only correct in so far as a particular math must be used in a particular matching context;
then comparing and matching patterns is a more basic operation than math.

So Alexander's ideas that it all comes down to math; reduce further to it all comes down to pattern matching. And elsewhere I showed that this apparantly reduces to a three-way "The relationship of Existence IS Existence" scenario (further backed by John Cramer's transactional analysis interpretation of quantum mechanics- see www.biols.susx.ac.uk/home/John-Gribben/

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