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Nature Is Sometimes Not Logical

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 30, 2004 14:54:57 UTC

Emergent properties of nature such as the spontaneous restructuring of systems when a critical level of complexity is reached are not logical. That is, they do not derive from any set of axioms. Since in your words:

"The essence of my position is that any logical construct no matter what axioms it is based on can be modeled by my model"

it would seem that emergent properties of nature fall outside the scope of your model. Is that correct?

It's been awhile.

Richard

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