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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on June 27, 2001 17:12:14 UTC


I apologize if I gave you the impression that I did not respect you. I respect anyone interested in rational thought. On the other hand, the things I am interested in require a certain understanding of what is usually called higher math so I seldom bring them up unless I think the audience has the education to follow my thoughts (though I can get sucked in to discussions which are pointless). I will try to be a little more aware of your interest. I hope I don't insult you by accident; it is not my intention to do so.

>>>So physics is a tautology, I have no argument with that.> What I'd really like to understand, and the issue you seem to be avoiding the most, is, how come it works? >Anyone can come up with tautologies, it's a simple exercise in logic.

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