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Posted by Harvey on July 2, 2001 22:25:15 UTC

Hi Dick,

Thanks for your patience in going through these battery of questions. Here's more questions that pop into my mind:

(more true and false)

1. Since shortterm memory is SC, this limits CS to the present instant.

2. Your 'model of reality' is entirely SC based since it was made in the past and you can only think - just think - of a few concepts at once.

3. If your 'model of reality' is SC, then there is no way to distinguish your SC stuff from any other SC stuff out there.

4. Since SC thoughts cannot be validated, nothing in memory (shortterm or longterm) is known to be accurate - or approximately accurate.

5. Science is an SC activity.

6. Science is no more accurate than religion or pure fantasy.

I realize these are leading questions and hope you don't think I'm trying to trap you, rather I'm just trying to understand how you would answer questions that I would think spell trouble for your 'model of reality'.

Warm Regards, Harv

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