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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 9, 2003 14:38:43 UTC

When I talked about an object at a distance having spherical symmetry, it is based on ignorance; and as we get closer, an elongated object may look like mirror symmetry, also due to our ignorance or our perception; and finally when close enough, the object is complex without any percievable symmetry. I agreed that symmetry comes from our ignorance in this toy model of perception. You essentially agreed with it in the CPT story.

Our subconscious in Stafford's words are making a reasonable approximation to fit what we see. I have no objection to that aspect of Stafford's theory. I do not like his definition of reality, prefering to use the word perception instead.

Regards,

yanniru
So in this regard we both agreed with Stafford

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