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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 18, 2002 00:47:06 UTC

Hi Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town With UP So Many Floating Bells Down,
Harv wrote:
"Dick, you are using classical logic to decipher Ultimate Reality, but we don't know if classical logic applies to 'Ultimate Reality'! This is the reason we cannot say more about 'Ultimate Reality' than the label itself implies."

Classical or not, if you find a part of reality which has not been 'deciphered,' would you give
science a chance to decipher it before declaring
it off-limits? Do you find that every-day sense experience is indecipherable? Do you have a hunk of stuff or relationships that is
indecipherable? Or are you asserting that there MUST, somewhere, be some indecipherable stuff or relationships, even though you can't point to any.

Old magazines,

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