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Posted by Alan on October 30, 2001 05:17:07 UTC

Harv- it doesn't concern me whether any celebrity scientists tune in or not. There's plenty of talent here already. However the sharper the challenges one's views can get, the less time one wastes following mistaken paths. So the presence of very knowledgeable people hopefully improves the efficiency of debate. So I hope Alex and Dick and Smartguy; who know more physics than me; have something more to say re: three-way jump theory (three fields of jump-oscilations, one being 'at right angles' to the other two).

And thanks for the long 'philosophical tennis rally' at 'Process of The Cosmos.' I don't have a computer so can not always keep up with discussions, by the way.

Also: if you want more info. on 'information forces'; the chapter on self-organising systems in "The New Physics" by Paul Davies, is worth reading; and a book "Godel, Escher, Bach. An Eternal Golden Braid" has an excellent information-theory analysis of DNA and other subjects.

This site here would be better if for example Richard Stafford would not pre-judge debate (he said he doesn't respond much to Alex's posts because he thinks their only difference is misunderstanding. But rather than censor debate ever happening between Dick and: Alex, you, me,etc.; I think he could try letting the arguments play out without pre-judging the outcome.

-my two cents

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