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Posted by Harvey on December 4, 2001 16:17:18 UTC

Hi Dick,

I'm a little weary of doing this (once bitten, twice shy). But, since I continue taking Alex's bait so why not try again with you?

>>>modern physics is a direct consequence of that definition: i.e., that it is true by definition. At this moment, the number of physics experiments who's outcome is not fixed by definition is quite small (and could probably be reduced further by additional careful study).>They are certainly directly required by my definitions and the fact that the recognized scientists claim that they are not required by the standard definitions (i.e., they claim these experiments tell us something about reality) implies either that their definitions are significantly different from mine or that the scientists do not understand the true consequences of their own definitions.

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