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Posted by Alan on March 26, 2003 11:37:02 UTC

Thank you for the very nice interesting quote Mike.

Yanniru please stay I have some physics for you to look at taking time to type though.

little money for internet so not here much.

Mike who am I? was once a physics student, didn't pass first year exam as skiied too much etc.
Not old; feel young not as young as could be...

Yanniru: in a book by Leo Thesig or someone "Ten apples up on top"; three animals try to outdo each other balancing more and more apples on their heads as the child's picture/words book continues.

Near the end the three are on a bicycle with 10 apples each I think being chased by various creatures they crossed paths with? including 3 bears.

Down a hill they go but up ahead is a huge cart full of apples being pulled by a donkey.

CRASH! Apples flying, animals, bears, bits of cart, donkey, birds chasing the apples on their heads, driver....

When the apples stop falling everyone is sitting around with ten apples up on top.

Look again at what Stafford has been saying; look at the problem, the assumptions in math...what has he maybe missed? ................... look and see..... ????? .....everyone can play quantum physics..... ??????? ........

What if everything is far more voluntary than peope realise..........


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