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Posted by Harvey on May 31, 2003 15:25:01 UTC

Hi Paul,

*** I think Dick's work contributes both as an extension to mathematics and as a a new avenue of approach for science.***

Maybe before you make such a bold claim for unpublished (and even un-LANL'd) work, perhaps you can give us an example of how Dick's work shows how it can be a new avenue of approach for science that doesn't already tell us what we already know. That is, if all it does is tell us what we already know (I mean what we knew over 35 years ago), then it is not a new avenue for science, since science is concerned with discovery and not the history of science per se. An example of new predictions from Dick's work is at least an indication that it might be a new avenue. Without examples then your claim has no merit.

Wr, Harv

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