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The Difference Between DD And Physics

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Posted by Aurino Souza on September 19, 2002 14:25:10 UTC

The basic difference is that we can use physics to do a lot of useful stuff, while Dick's paper can only be used to make much ado about nothing. The way physicists think may be logically unjustified, but they have been able to do a lot thinking that way. The way Dick thinks may be logically perfect, but you can't achieve anything thinking that way. Dick himself hasn't achieved nothing other than making much ado about nothing - there isn't a single equation in his paper that is either new or correct.

But I'm tired of explaining this to you.

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