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Maybe Its A Matter Of Perspective

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Posted by Alan on July 28, 2002 01:30:24 UTC

Data might be invalid from one perspective; but become valid when viewed from another perspective.

"Cheese" from the perspective "food we eat" is invalid data for including in a category containing "moon" ("moon" from the perspective "non-gaseous objects"); if you want to match "food we eat" with "moon" the match is invalid for now. ("For now" is another match).

But "cheese" from the perspective "things that are not gases" is a valid data to include with "moon" where "moon" is viewed as an occupant of the category "non-gaseous objects". "Moon" and "cheese" are both non-gaseous objects.

These delta functions are all about mutual containment (see Chris Langan's CTMU); they are about "defining things with respect to other things".

Dr. Dick appears to have discovered that what we call the laws of physics, can be obtained by analysing the laws of mutual containment in the laws of definition.



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