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Posted by Alan on December 15, 2001 23:57:32 UTC

then you couldn't count them! You said the only difference is that they have different spatial co-ordinates. Well, a difference is a difference!

Any difference will do to demonstrate the fact that they are NOT TWO in EVERY WAY. They don't occupy the same location, so therefore there are not two blackholes in this particular place!

If you do not incude EVERY ASPECT of the blackholes existence in its description; you are only partially differentiating the situation.

Physics equations are approximations to Dick's partial differential equation probably for this reason: that physics equations describe a "mandelbrot-"space" wave function that corresponds to a partial differentiation of the whole "mandelbrot hologram relativistic scenario".

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