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Posted by Clerk on January 13, 2004 03:59:16 UTC

I just read Dr Dick's post above and am puzzled to find the following statement in it:

"As I have said, and no one seems to understand, I think there are many possible explanations (stories which entirely fit the facts) for any phenomena one can experience"

This is contrary to your statement that:

"Now, whether they ever find the correct hypothesis or not, the question you raise is, couldn't it be possible for a universe to exist which behaves according to one of those other hypotheses? I think that Dick has shown that, no, that is not possible. "

It appears that Dr Dick himself is saying that the same phenomena can be found on the basis of different hypotheses. Is that your understanding of what he said.

I would address this to Dr Dick directly, but Pearson is in my hidden sector.

J

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