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Blachole Forum Had Us In Its Gravity!

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Posted by Alan on September 19, 2001 08:42:27 UTC

Yes, Harv; it looked like the blackhole forum had us in its gravity! However, the scientific analysis system I mentioned does also solve black holes! (Apparantly).

It also seems to solve that issue about math-reducibility and truthfulness, being debated with Mark. Even with the transactional interpretation of quantum mechanics, the key to science looks rather religious.

I would call John Cramer's 'transaction' between emitter and absorber and involving a wave going forewards in time and a wave going backwards in time; an inter-dimensional pattern 'match'; so his theory falls out of a wider pattern-matching scenario that 'dissolves' all math, such is its resolving power!

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