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In Your Whole Post, You Naver Even Used The Word "counting"

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 20, 2003 13:15:16 UTC

I want to know how "counting" happens in the laws of physics. I do not care how it is done in the supermarket.

Let's consider a single molecule traveling along in space. I would guess that according to your physics, it would have no option but to keep going in a straight line. Therefore it would be a certain thing. Options are created when another molecule comes along and knocks it in a different direction. So the collision process creates uncertainty- gives it options.

But how is this collision process related to counting?

And to my original question now that I have illustrated what a process in nature is, what kind of a process makes uncertain things certain and how does that process relate to counting.

I can even give you an example of that kind of process. But this is your theory and you have to develop it. It's very annoying when someone else comes along and developes your theory, and then gets credit for it. So I cannot do it for you. I can only ask the appropriate questions- you have to provide the answers.



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