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RE: EVERYTHING: FIRST FIND OUT WHO MADE IT THEN SEARCH THE PHENOMENA

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Posted by Atri on October 23, 2000 22:20:28 UTC

Thanks Chuck:

I posted an experience. Some one asked me to better format my experience in an academic way. Now I have started doing just that. I am forming a new foundation to present arguments that will in time lead to the discover of what any special phenomena really is. If you can please argue your points just like you did now I will be more than happy to answer them as logically as possible.

I can not and will not give answers to the ULTIMATE question that every one on this web site is asking. This process requires time and I only ask you to be patient with me because I have to adapt my poetry in to reasonable and comprehendible arguments which eventually will lead to the ULTIMATE question of: "What are BlackHoles and WhiteHoles and other spatial Phenomena?" all the W's and How(s) can not be answered without this process which I call the explanation of the "Belief Principal" and how it works and why and who can actually use it and benefit from it and to what end etc.

I will do my best not to be to conclusive in my writings. But if you have an argument please do respond and present it my dear sir.

Best Regards
Atri

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