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Posted by Alan on July 16, 2002 10:54:44 UTC

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Aurino: i]***"That would indicate the system is random, but as a scientist I'm moved by the conviction that the universe is ruled by a logic which comes from some bigger picture, so I'll try harder. I'll assume there's another variable, 'x', whose value is unknown to me but can be discovered by inference. So I'll rewrite the system's function as f(a, x):

V = a - x


Quick comments:

1-1 does not compute. They are different ones.

2-1 computes only if 2 contains 1.

Random? Different? Not tied? Not matched? Not predictable? Not part of structure? Just a perspective?

Zero what? One what?

2-1=1 The 1 is already contained in 2. An imaginary operation (-) ?

Draw a set of marks. Draw another set. Match a sub-group in the left set with a sub-group of marks in the right set.

Look at all possible combinations and permutations of all the marks. Track the subset of the matched groups against the rest. Track one match in the possibilities of matches within the two subgroups (one perspective). Get laws of physics?

Energy is quantised because it is (like?) mass?

Dark matter is universal mass?

Sorry this is cryptic, no time now.

-dolphin

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