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The Same Goes For Your Hypothesis

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 18, 2001 16:02:04 UTC

Your hidden hypothesis is that information created in natural cannot be stored in dark matter. That is an assumption that cannot be proven. That is the point of my post.

Of course, I took the opportunity to present a metaphysical model (once again). Your claim that it cannot be proven to be correct is another assumption which is true nowadays but perhaps not forever. Same goes for superstring theory by the way. It's just that string theory is more mathematical and the fact that it cannot now be proven correct is lost in the mathematics.

As far as testing is concerned, I already in the above post indicated the tests and that they were published in the IEEE. Those tests provide the data and my hypothetical model provides the mechanisms. Still not proof, but the evidence is there. There may be alternative physics explanations, so it is not proof.

This same model answers some of questions raised in the next lower thread regarding consciousness.

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