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Alexander: Why Doesn't The Dog Bark?

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Posted by Alan on January 15, 2002 05:01:52 UTC

Alexander:

Richard Stafford has brought to your attention the problem of "double definitions" and circular arguments in physics.

In a certain Sherlock Holmes mystery, a key clue is "Why didn't the dog bark?".
Because the trespasser on a property must have known the dog!

Why do experiments not disagree with, not "bark" at qm? Richard Stafford may provide the answer: because the results of the qm experiments are known to the physicists already; by virtue of being already contained in their definitions via circular arguments.

Of course you can not predict quantum events; all predictions require assumptions or guesses if they are not direct accessing of future knowledge.

God is EXISTENCE; so it follows logically that all things that are, were, or ever will be; are known to EXISTENCE, the LIVING God.

Quantum mechanics demonstrates the FREEDOM BASELINE of reality. Jesus recommended beware of double definitions. When you mean 'yes', say "yes"; when you mean 'no', say "no".

-dolphin

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