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Posted by The Walrus on April 7, 2000 20:11:37 UTC

"Aristotle says in the book of secrets
that communicating too many arcana of nature and art
breaks a celestial seal...
Which does not mean that the secrets must not be revealed,
but that the learned must decide when and how."
--from "The Name of the Rose" bu Umberto Eco

I joined this internet and computerland
on December 31, 1999: Y2K minus one day.
I`ve shared my perspective under various names:
like Dood, Blake Bea, A Rock and Dale Lake.

I have a unified field theory,
and I have since October 1, 1982
when after seeking a scietific explanation
of spiritual experiences
I had a mathematical spiritual experience.

So it goes. I`ve worked hard at the vocabulary.
"Search for Ah..." by Joe and I
will soon be on the book shelves, a children story about the sisters Doe Rae Mee Fu Sol Mu Ah Tee
and how Ah gets lost in the woods and her father tweeks
sisters Fu and Mu so the become Fa and La...

The story is followed by the theory, harmonics, in the appendix.

I have been posting that theory today under the name
Dale Lake.

Of all the posts in this astronomy.net which I`ve added
since New Years, I only feel Infinidi responded is any way.

But one light out there isn`t bad.
After all, we are still in the dark ages.

Evolve on, but remember to watch your reference...

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