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Posted by Alexander on November 30, 2001 17:30:03 UTC

Reality is NOT perfect - it is messy interaction of MANY phenomena.

Thus if you truncate all but one, it gives you reasonably good model of reality, but if you want to get more accurate result then you have to include more phenomena in. The more interactions you mathematically account for, the more accurate description and prediction you get.


So, at the end it is indeed all math. I do not think Luis (and some others) undersrtands that as appears from their posts.

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