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I Wish Alex Comes Back Too

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Posted by Alan on June 26, 2002 10:46:07 UTC

I agree with your wish, Luis.

I think Dick is on to something.

A way of looking at a way of looking:

Gives:

Relativity,
Common Ground,
Gravity,
Adding up possible perspectives as seen from a particular perspective to get a mutual perspective,
QED,
Love,
Existence,
Consciousness.

Dick's "alternate view of the senses" is "a way of looking" at "a way of looking". His tautological pattern framework is the math view of creation of shared perspectives from the law of non-contradiction.

Mass = meaning

E = mc squared

E = Free range of perspectives = M (common ground) times c (common ground) times c (comon ground).

A free range of perspectives (E) can become Mass (common ground)!

The speed of light is: common ground.

Speed is: distance per self-referent reference distance

A way of looking at a way of looking:

gives entanglement.

Can get insight on quantum tunneling, EPR 'paradox'; double-slit experiment; wave-particle; etc.

Eternal Life: freedom to find new ways of looking at ways of looking.

Regards,

Alan

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