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Posted by Paul R. Martin on February 5, 2002 16:50:08 UTC

Hi Richard,

You could very well be right about dark matter. I don't have much of an opinion about it because I know virtually nothing about it except that there is some evidence that it exists.

My focus is more on the additional spatial and temporal dimensions which I think suggest the biggest breakthrough in our thinking about the cosmos. Extra dimensions provide a natural place where the hierarchy of beings can exist without being detectable. It also explains why there are such severe limitations on the communications between "drivers" and the beings being "driven". It also provides a place, if not for your dark matter, but for whatever it might be that causes the projection onto our 4D continuum that shows up as dark matter here. But the good news is that extra dimensions and their properties can be studied via mathematics in spite of their physical inaccessibility.

***So in my view, there is a mind, or bunch of particles that possesses all other information, but which exists independently of what we normally call physical processes.***

I have reached this exact same conclusion.

As for categorizations, you have just added more weight behind my argument for abandoning them.

Warm regards,


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