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Posted by Tim on September 13, 2003 23:32:54 UTC

in my opinion you should be thanked for sharing your concepts here on Astronomy Net.
i truly believe you are on to something significant and i'm happy to have been able to learn about it to the limited extent that i have.
i appreciate your re-explaination of the concepts of "knowable" and "unknowable" data and it does make exquisite sense. it has once again helped me to better understand and appreciate those concepts. i actually do have an understanding of what you mean by these terms it is just that sometimes when i start out tautologicaly discussing them that i stray a bit from your pure meaning. it is just that i sense these relationships between your concepts and principles such as the uncertainty principle and likely the principle of equivalence such that i find it difficult to constrain myself to strict tautological statements. i guess i'm kind of like a wild horse put in a race track starting line with a bunch of trained thoroughbred race horses.
yes i do know how to reach you and i appreciate your accessability. since i am soon to review the math in chapter one i may need to directly ask some questions. since i have come to recognize the applicability of your approach to real world problems such as i encounter at work it is my hope that i may be able to find in your math, equations that i can adapt to problems that i encounter.

regards, tim

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