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Posted by Alan on July 11, 2002 07:59:42 UTC

Hi Yanniru,

I was searching something else and came across this on entanglement by Dr. Dick:

http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/8038.shtml?show=top

It seems quite stunning what he has uncovered. I think I get it. Am travelling so limited time.

I think I have figured out what spin is and what entanglement is. The explanation is very simple.
Thanks for your encouragement. When have more time I hope to explain this.

Dr. Dick's paper is effectively all about entanglement whether he uses the word or not. One might say that instead of focusing on the 'instants' (or 'numbers'); he focuses on the patterns between them (the relationships; the context (mass, meaning) surrounding them.

It is truly extraordinary to discover how in a way it is as if everything is constructed out of nothing! "The structure of nothing" might have been what one could call his paper, perhaps.

Regarding understanding what you are saying, I'll need to take more time to figure that out. Maybe by posting what I found, you might be abe to show me what was different.

Regards,

Alan

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