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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on November 21, 2002 23:02:49 UTC

Now I'm starting to believe in the theory about the Observer's beliefs affecting physical processes.

It seems Man has "unwittingly" invented the universe.

This is no trick after hearing about self-contained light non-particle entities of inherent structural integrity, waves that sort of wave through themselves...or something.

I really should study physics. I'm sure I must look silly when I can't understand the un-understandable.

Hee hee, here's something. It's the positive angle on my love/hate relationship with Hawking: Discover mag, Dec/02, p13; "It is a tribute to how far we have come in theoretical physics that it now takes enormous machines and a great deal of money to perform an experiment whose results we cannot predict.

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