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Posted by Alan on August 3, 2002 11:48:20 UTC

A question:

But doesn't Dr. Dick; through his presentation; provide the "experiment" that allegedly shows that the "predictions" of the scientists are "true by definition" (self-fulfilling prophesies)?

So it's not a question of whether Einstein was "wrong" so much as was he "right" by definition in so far as he was right?

Consider that scientists might not be able to predict anything other than make self-fulfilling prophesies that are "true by definition"? (they could guess though, or harmonise with the universe in creation by living in God who lives in them).

Maybe gravity quanta are fractals; fractional dimensions of quantum definition, of singularity.

-dolphin







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