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Posted by Alan on December 16, 2003 07:45:54 UTC

Hi,

Thank you very much for replying. It can be a bit upsetting when I seem to get few or no considered responses when I'm sure I'm figuring out some good stuff. It's not that I or you have to be right or wrong along the way; it's just that communication gets places; seeming to be rather talking to a vacuum can be a bit off-putting.

So a response like this is pretty awesome. I don't want to annoy you put I was a bit surprised neither you or Dr. Dick would even address the issue on allegedly apparently overlooked complimenatarity I raised re: his reasoning about his system. Also I hoped someone would have seen that the simple juggling map of patterns that I found for sub-atomic particles does seem to work.

The connection between Lee smolin's instincts re: "channels of communication" as space; and Chris langan's work, Dr. Dick's work, Peter Lynd's insight, and my "physics as a discussion where every voice gets a say" seem real.

No I don't think you write gibberish; more faith in what one can do can work wonders...

Very good point about the definition of the arrow.

regards
alan

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