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Posted by Keith N. Tullis on May 30, 2004 22:05:27 UTC

Let me get to my books. I need to make sure I'm explaining things correctly. I do remember a couple prdictions that are on the horizon I've read about. I review what they are. SuperString Theory,"Fully" operational- - no, not yet. This theory has persisted for 20 years now and can't be sturck down either. Other theorys have come and gone, several.
Could you rephrase please what you ment about "the nothing" again. It relyed on point particle theory didn't it? And involved infinitys? If I'm not misunderstanding you then here again I recomend brian Greene's "The Elegant Universe".
I'll discuss "the nothing" with you soon. But since I've converted to the S.S.T. I really have lost my perception that infinitys exist. Perhaps your nothing is really an energy point. Energy=mass you know, therefore a dense enough energy field can exhibit the gravitational charicteristics of mass. ---- Wow!
Hope to hear back soon.
--"After all is said and done, "Gravity Rules".--

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