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Posted by Hartley DiBianca on April 16, 2001 23:48:44 UTC

The math is beyond me although I remember a lot of the individual functions from Calculus.

Please tell me if I understand at least part of your hypothesis (it seems to relate to a lot of the bickering on this board), you are stating that we (Human scientists) are theorizing about things from an impure sensory (and existential?) perception and as we continue to build on our theories we are going down a road of futility and need to start over with a clensed perception (shown in one of your diagrams) as a foundation. not to say a lot of the existing work couldn't be used as a guide (maybe some findings were right and others were wrong, probably the case anyway). You also back a lot of this up with advanced math, which again is a little beyond my background.

It seems to me one thing is for sure, our perceptions are very screwed up because they are designed for our species survival rather than understanding physics and existence. We see in a way that has absolutely nothing to do with all the waves around us, we hear in a similiar way, and of course our perceptions of space and time center around our tiny (or huge!) existence of 80 years if we are lucky and our just so "normal" size (Earth is big and a molecule is small to us, but are they really?.........).


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