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Posted by Alan on February 24, 2002 06:00:14 UTC

Hi,

You said that your paper (that I've printed to look at more carefully) should dissolve the various problems and paradoxes associated with quantum theory, and asked me to supply some puzzles.

Are you aware of the double-slit experiment mystery, and the non-locality (EPR) puzzle?
How do you solve these?

Also: even just treating physics like a dictionary, and looking up definitions of physics terms and clarifying the details; it seems apparant that a number of physics laws are already present in the very definition of the terms that the laws talk about.

However, it was up to scientists to notice which categories to put some things in; eg. instread of putting Jupiter and its moons seen through a telescope in the category "painted picture on a high canvas" they saw the pattern of moon-movements neatly fitted the category "masses interacting".

By the way: suggest don't make rash assumptions about what is communicable- or you will be in a circular argument in your own system!

-dolphin

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