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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 13, 2002 23:05:42 UTC

Pual,

I agree with your comment on Isomorphisms. I also agree that it is all math, not physics. For sometime I thought he had found a rather elegant derivation of the consequences of shift symmetry. But as I stated above, when I finally looked in detail at his derivation, it seemed to be a fudge. He has not been able to change my mind about that.

But to the main point, since it is all math, it cannot say anything about reality except that the same math, like the wave equation that he claims to have derived, applies to a host of different physics. Like the ad says, 'Where's the units'.

Regards,

Richard

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