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Posted by Harvey on September 12, 2002 20:09:11 UTC


Did you read Alan's last post? Listen to a few of his comments:

***Actually, to be unique IS to be known.
But known to who?***

***So I figured that the unique person was KNOWN to the dog!***

***In this case there is only one unit of "infognition" (recognition/ shared information) between the person and the dog. So the MEETING is its own rule; and not predictable.***

***But in fact the person had a history of many meetings before meeting this dog.***

***And the dog had a history of many meetings before meeting this person.***

***Now, this dog-history of meetings; and this person history-of-meetings; bump into each other.***

***The final path might be regarded as characterised by a cloud of "virtual meetings" (virtual 1-on-1 meetings, so virtual fermions) that are exchanged around the margins of the actual common path that brings the two sums-of-histories together.***

***The force (the pressure of the difference between the two sums-of-histories) is thus mediated by virtual particle exchange (as I think Dr. Dick has said).***

***Have more to write later; including about cellular automata.***

I don't know about you, but I think a red flag has just gone up as far as this situation.


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