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Posted by Harvey on November 28, 2002 16:17:08 UTC

Bruce,

I don't see an answer in your response to this issue which confronts QM and SR. It looks more like sweeping dirt under the carpet and pretending its a clear floor. I don't know what the problem is. I see no reason why special relativity cannot be treated as an approximation (or even a good predictive model) which is why we have inconsistencies between other physical theories. It really is no big deal. Actually, if a future theory awaits us in this century, then physics is going to be much more exciting to see new physics.

Wr, Harv

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