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Posted by Alan on July 20, 2003 12:34:14 UTC

the meeting of item "A" and item "B" occurs freely; what they construct from their interaction is built of consciousness.

In reality, to BE is to be different; because if "A" were the same in every way as "B"; there would be only "B"; as you could see only one item.

Mathematics is built on generalisations and groups. "1+1 =2" involves sticking a label "2" to the group of ones here.

Numbers appear to be constructed in a manner reminiscent of "Zeno's Arrow"; by a self-referential dividing and grouping of layers of ones.

A "function" : minimally definable it appears as a group variable; so "1 + 1 = 2" gives your minimum definition of a function.

Redistribute "1 + 1 = 2" INSIDE an alternative view of "1 + 1 = 2" and you have:

Dr. Richard Stafford's derivation of physics laws as something obeyed by any COUNTED information (he says "communicable" information but actually he implies two-perspective-viewed information).

You have Stephen Hawking's "pea instanton"; Dr. Richard Stafford's paper, and Christopher Langan's "conspansive duality" all related to the notion of "math redisributed inside math"?

QED may be seen it appears as the distributive law seeing itself in the mirror.

-dolphin

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