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Posted by Tim on May 18, 2003 01:33:45 UTC

Harv,
thank you for your reply. it has provided another perspective on the statement in question.

it does seem ironic that Dick's paper relys on mathematics a product of our experience of what is possible and what is not possible. the point however is that we may be incorrect in our belief of what is possibe or we might be correct. the target data we're looking for is the implicitly imbeded data ie. the noncontradictable data. it would have to be pretty much a given that mathematics be accepted as part of the implicit data.

regards tim

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