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Posted by Alan on July 6, 2002 05:54:56 UTC

Hi Yanniru,

I'm travelling so may have to restart the discussion later.

Dr. Dick's paper:

But I think I got a breakthrough. When I saw the universe as describable as numerous superposed traffic jams (each a line involving deceleration and acceleration): I was saying what physicists say when they reduce all equations to superpositions of simple harmonic motions.

My traffic jam is SHM. It now appears that Fourier transforms and the delta function fall out of this as easy as pie. (Maybe pi involved too). I think I can see exactly what "spin" in QED is about and where it comes from.

The EPR mystery is solved I suspect by "to CONNECT the two observations REQUIRES common ground, a COMMON VIEW of the two. This AUTOMATICALLY entangles them.

I think I can bet near 100% that Dick's paper is about "the entanglement of perspectives"; and simple harmonic waves, superpositions of such waves to build more complicated scenarios, transitions between observations, events, Fourier transforms, delta function, mass, momentum on 4th axis, relativity, QED, gravity, etc. .....I see more how it all works I think.

If Dick avoided the instant; it was because his point wasn't about the instant but about its context?

Have to dash


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