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What About The Question "Does 1+1=2"?

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Posted by Alan on December 10, 2001 05:52:49 UTC

How can 1 + 1 possibly equal 2? If the two ones were equal in every way, there would only be one 1!

1 + 1 can only partially; from a different viewpoint, = 2. Hope to show you how all physics follows from the "non-equivalence" principle!

Have made incredible discoveries lately; hope to hear from you when I get this written up!

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