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Posted by Michael Gutchess on January 15, 2003 01:24:54 UTC

if one might be fortunate not having a huge scientific background, for otherwise one might become programmed and complacent, evenwhile there is every indication that there is something drastically wrong with the current model. I too, have a reasonably scientific mind. I read most of Brian Greene's "Elegant Universe" with curiosity and tenacity. My theory is an alternative to string theory for "tying it all together". While I may not be governed by logic, I generally respond to it. I think that my theory, while not being expressed in customary scientific form is to be admired for it's simplicity and the logical framework. If indeed it proves to be wrong I think that it will one day be recognized for its philosophical elegance. If you note any obvious mistakes with my progression of logic please let me know. Delusion is my least desired destination.
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