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Posted by Tim on September 13, 2003 03:36:25 UTC

and not a tease. not so because the universe is and has been concieved in many different ways.
one example the varied interpretations of QM another creationism & big bangism, relativity ect.
and i don't really have a problem with any of those as long as the definitions of each and conclusions drawn are self consistent and logically irrefutable with in any give point of view. mathematics is the most self consistent and logically irrefutable system of thought we have with respect to definitions and conclusions. that doesn't answer Einstein's question i alluded to in the previous post but it does provide a solid starting point for Dr. Dick's definition of reality as being a set of numbers.
i would say that Einstein's question i alluded to in the previous post is but one of the many questions that philosophers and physicists consider.
regards tim

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