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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on December 21, 2001 00:13:12 UTC

Harv,

>>>Before I go off in a corner to ponder the sayings of a wise man, I'll need clarification of your last post: >You original statement is that reality can be represented as objects in three dimensional space. Are we talking about reality or are we talking about observables? I agree that observables are necessarily objects and they are necessarily in three dimensions for us to experience them directly. However, observables do not represent all that is contain in reality.>Dick, it is very difficult to understand you.>Unfortunately your terminology, at least for me, tends to point me in a different direction than you have in mind.>If you had just said that we can represent any observable as an object in three dimensions then it is much more difficult to disagree with you. But, you used the nasty word reality which has far greater implications.

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