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Posted by Alan on May 12, 2002 01:19:03 UTC

Yanniru; and further on the above, note Aurino said:

"Is it possible that what you really think is that we all have different models of the universe inside our heads, and that physics is just the portion of those models that can be successfully communicated? Being isomorphic, it can represent different things but still be fully communicable. That would also make sense with the fact that physics is the least-common-denominator in human knowledge."

To which Dr. Dick replied:

"I Think You've Got It! on April 23, 2002 15:34:18 UTC

Hi Aurino, As I said in one of those posts down there, think in terms of one of those comic movies where two people are talking about completely different subjects (not really communicating at all) but still managed to intelligently influence one another."

All of this connects with "I wish that........." post I made. Please comment on this.

May I remind Dr. Dick he once wrote: "Alan,

I apologize for shorting you but for the moment, I am concentrating on Harv. I will try to explain to you where I think you miss the boat some time down the road.

Sorry to you also -- Dick "



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