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Posted by Harvey on January 25, 2002 15:07:43 UTC


***Incorrect. First I label "something" and then call it "existing". Calling stuff "existing" or "yes" or "1" can be done in any sequence - there is NO difference between these 3 labels.***


1. Label "something" as existing with one
2. Label "something" as not existing as zero
3. Boolean logic results from (1) and (2)
4. Mathematics develops from (3)

The first principle is the 'something'. This 'something' is a holy principle as you called it. From that principle emerges logic, math, universes, etc.

Are we agreed that this principle is above (or more fundamental) than a logical or mathematical principle?

Warm regards, Harv

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