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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 16, 2002 19:18:58 UTC

Here is my attempt.

I have been saying that Dick's results are correct- perhaps not his interpretation of them- for they have already been published.

I have just quarreled with his use of the delta function. But he finally convinced me- whether he knows it or not since he never replied- that "if" there is only valid and invalid data, at least where mathematical data is concerned, "then" since he samples with the delta functions over the invalid data, and then obtains constraints on the boundaries of that data, he is at the same time obtaining equations for the constraints on valid data. Hence his development is correct. However, he has yet to confirm this viewpoint.

But at the same time, as you more eruditely point out above, physics cannot say what reality is. The fact that physics works does not justify the assumptions: for vastly different assumptions and resulting theories can explain the same phenomena. Examples of this exist in quantum mechanics and relativity.

Regards,

Richard

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