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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 27, 2003 23:25:24 UTC

You said first
1. "if it is nonlocal then space may well be 2d, because nonlocality is not a part of the cartesian space"

now you say
2."I said that when everything is *local* then all systems cannot be implemented in less than 3d, but if things are *nonlocal* then all systems can be implemented even in 2d because nonlocality is said not to be part of the cartesian space.'

Those two statements are not saying the same thing. Which do you mean. And what do you mean. I cannot understand you.

And besides that do not blame me for what someone else writes in a paper. You got his email address in the link I gave you. Write your complaints to him.

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