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Posted by Harvey on December 6, 2001 22:41:39 UTC

Hi Dick,

Perhaps we should focus a little rather than ramble aimlessly to each other? Let's define the issues of contention:

1. Nature of fact
2. Whether you support SR/GR
3. How much of physics emerges from your model
4. Your criticism and basis of modern experiments
5. Nature of classification scheme to define time
6. How the laws of physics emerge from your model
7. The nature/definition of 'real' (e.g.particles)
8. Nature of probability in your model
9. Nature of physical constants (e.g., c)

Now, if we agree that these are the issues of main contention, let us focus on one at a time. Let me know which one you think is most important and I'll discuss that one first. My guess is that the nature of fact (1) is probably more fundamental to our discussion, so we should focus on that one. However, I'm pretty flexible.

Warm regards, Harv

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