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Re: WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY?

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Posted by Andrew Robbins/">Andrew Robbins on February 12, 2000 17:53:44 UTC

YES! Finally, a man after my own heart.

I completely agree with you that science needs to ask why, for if they don't understand WHY, they can't even hope to caclutate HOW accurately.

Calculations like E = mc2, and a lot of present theorys do seem to be correct, I don't disagree with most of them, but they do not pry deep enough be considered as a basis for the existance of this continuum. They try to calculate things that they don't understand, and it leads them to have a bunch of different choppy theories, for example relativity and quantum physics, that are not unified.

You're the man, I didn't know anybody thought like this. I thought that I was in a WHY world by myself.

I finished writing a theory just the other week (its title was "WHY.") and I think that it answers many of your questions to a low enough level that you may be rather satisfied, for once.

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