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Posted by Aurino Souza on April 24, 2001 14:14:02 UTC

Hi Paul. Nice to see you here.

>> How about if someone interprets it as mysticism but does not cynically write it off? > Your notion of TOM fits in exactly with my own (as you know, rather goofy) notion of reality, and I am sure that those who classify ideas into 'isms' would call my ideas mystical. > Why not consider TOM to exist in another dimension? I think it could explain a lot. For example, he can't talk, and if I understand you correctly, he doesn't usually (or ever) operate your limbs. > I think there is a real possibility that TOM exists in higher dimensional space and higher dimensional time which would give him capabilities and attributes that would be virtually unimaginable to us.

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