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Posted by Alan on December 3, 2003 07:02:33 UTC

Quick comment:


"Yes but even if physics can be described by such processes, it would not make much sense because it would likely be much more complicated to model processes in such way than in a conventional way. Natural processes happen by certain laws and conventional equations describe them well."

I have discovered a simple way to map physics: MUCH simpler than the conventional mathematical way (or uncovered a simple way; also Dr. Stafford gave the game away with his work on physics; the pattern-match system I found + the explanation of how words are defined by John Hospers + a non-repressive way of thinking allowed
extensive mapping of physics laws).

I have shown some of the method here in posts.
A lot of the detail re: the laws of physics is not typed up yet.


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