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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 16, 2002 08:51:29 UTC

Dear Forum and Guests,
I am intrigued that maybe I have a glimmer of Dr. Dick's paper. If I am over-exposed and you are bord with me, I don't mind. Just ignore that part and answer this, will you please?

Are you, Dr. Dick, or Anyone who agrees with his thesis, saying that our physics is a single version of several possible versions, and that by being internally consistent and workable, and that the selection of this version
depends completely on our minds, it reveals the road we took in our minds rather than the actual shape of existence?

I am afraid I will not really get an answer but if I do, I have a question that is as dopey as most of my other questions. I realize I have not followed through with a couple of planned projects about reading and so on, but things ain't all what they orta be neither.
I'm not teasing,
Mike

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