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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on March 26, 2002 14:47:40 UTC


***What I'm trying to do here is demonstrate that math by itself says nothing about the world. You have to interpret mathematics in terms of philosophy or science in order to make it meaningful to our world. Unfortunately that message isn't getting across here. ***

I am sorry, but your message is getting across fine. It is just that your message has nothing at all to do with what I am trying to explain to you.

By the way, I like the points about "information" which Alan has found. At least someone else out there seems to agree with me that "meaning" is not a required component of the concept "information". Of course, I could be misunderstanding the quote!

By the way, that's a joke!

Have fun -- Dick

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