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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on December 4, 2004 00:28:16 UTC

Harv, you simply don't seem to have any concept of the assumptions in your perspective.

When you began as a fetus in your mother's womb, you were faced with a problem: understanding the universe you found yourself in. Over a period of several years, with no conscious effort, you came up with a mental image of what you call reality. You simply assume that the solution you achieved is the only possible valid solution without thinking about the issue at all.

If that is to be your position (not to think about it) then I am at a loss as to how to convince you it is a question worth considering.

Every issue you bring up is based on the presumption that your personal mental image of reality is the only possibility. Just how do you propose to defend such a stance (other than simply stating you are right)?

Have fun -- Dick

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