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A Thinker Can Make A Difference

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 21, 2001 12:17:34 UTC

within the laws of physics. Granted we do not need a thinker to create the laws of physics. But we do need thinkers to understand that they exist, to comprehend what they are, and to exploit what they are in creating the various technologies. So thinkers make a difference in out lives. They just do not make the laws of physics. The question then is, what kinds of thinkers exist, and what kinds of differences can they make. For example, are there thinkers in the 99% of the local universe that is invisible to us, and can they somehow influence the visible universe, in particular you and me, by their thinking. I still think that is a possibility within the laws of physics.

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