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Posted by Alan on March 20, 2002 12:36:29 UTC


I wonder if you read all of it? How come: an expert in maths agrees with my word-category-intersection translation of what you do; he went further and said the maths was superfluous!

I don't think that's quite right, as you need to translate into maths to show the physicists the result in their language.

I have thought of the possibility that I'm just mismatching amateur pretty patterns to your stuff; and that a precise approach may show it to be an illusion that they match. But no, that does not appear to be the case.

I have found way too much overlap with your ideas and results for it to be coincidence. You just don't seem to be comfortable with using a different language.

Now I've discovered that "time" IS or contains the four equations (Einstein E= mc squared; Newton F = Gm1m2 / r squared; Schrodinger's equation, Dirac's four quantum numbers).

And... how come my definition of time now matches yours? (I should explain it before asking that)That is, it can use your words with little difficulty? And yet, I can show those four equations are already present in that concept of "time".

I even clearly have arbitrary sets of numbers (which was implicit in my old "Mandelbrot relativity" post).

There are way too many matches with your discovery for me not to be saying the same thing.



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