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Dark Matter Paper -- What Is Consciousness, Relatively?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on August 7, 2002 22:52:13 UTC

Dear Yanniru,
While we don't have the same level of knowledge about social sciences and history, we also don't have the same level about physics yet. Your paper
about Dark Matter looks like a lot of spooky fun
and I hoped there would be a better review than mine! Although I like reading Dr. Dick's work about physics, I don't agree with his assessment
of your paper on Dark Matter. I could agree it
is much more speculative than his paper, but that is BECAUSE THE TOPIC AREA IS MUCH MORE COMPLEX -- so your intellect plays a different role than Dr. Dick's -- you're earlier in a process of approaching a theory. I hope you can forgive my presumption in saying that (and I won't presume you can yet).

We will understand Relativity "inside out"
before we fully come to terms with Consciousness.
I applaud your work on that report, sincerely , even if its contents, after eventual discoveries, were some day found to be only science fiction...
It would be a lot of fun to make or see a proper diagram of what you're discussing.

Mike

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