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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 23, 2001 11:26:35 UTC

I like this part the best.

"To fail to use any specific symmetry is to imply that that the undefined transformation cannot perform that symmetry!"

By using the symmetry ahead of time, it amounts to an assumption. To do what you claim the symmetries should fall out of the undefined transformation. You are building in the solutions by the apriori assumption of symmetry.

I got hung up when you assumed very specific symmetries in the first few pages of your work before you developed any equations contrasted with your claim that you were not making any assumptions. But now that you admit to using symmetries, even all possible symmetries, perhaps I can view your work in a different light.

So the next question in my mind is how does your equation account for nature's propensity to change symmetires midstream. For example how does it treat spontaneous symmetry breaking. Or on the other end of things, how does it account for the expected perfect symmetry of the unified field, and if it does so, do you claim to have found the theory of everything.


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