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Attack Is Such A Varied Word...some Definitions Are Positive

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 11, 2002 23:21:08 UTC

Later, maybe I'll think of a good reply to that
excellent bragging right. For now, just zooming to the next question. With Alexander, Stafford and Dr. Paul plus other folks I didn't mean to omit...
We have had a language problem between math-capable folks who say Math "creates" the universe and math-capable folks who think we need to work on the wording of that.
Do you believe math "creates" things? I'm not worried about doctrinaire religious versions of God....yet it seems impossible for the math as usually defined to be
"doing" anything. It can describe what's being done and predict past and future to fair degrees but departures to volitional fuzzy logic seem to enable even math idiots to wield power in the world.

I'm glad to be talking with you.
Math whiz or not, you haven't answered my previous posts substantively. Shall I repost the ones that concern me ?
Regarding "why did I attack you" ...
"attack" is something you can do with a math problem and it doesn't hurt. I believe I haven't hurt you. I also recognize you are a living, breathing person.

Mike

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