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Posted by Aurino Souza on August 14, 2002 19:50:12 UTC

" The reason I ask this is because Aurino seems to think your model is isomorphic whith relativity "

I absolutely don't think that! At this point my knowledge of "Stafford's Relativity" is not adequate to make judgements pro or against it. However, I still find it accurate to say that (a) any model that is isomorphic to modern physics necessarily leads to similar philosophical problems, and (b) any model that is not isomorphic is either wrong or can be used to prove physics wrong.

I must add that (a) is a matter of opinion while (b) is a matter of fact.

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