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Numbers Are Pattern Conservations

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Posted by Alan on August 30, 2001 07:09:56 UTC

Just a quick word between travel;

Luis is right. If you use a plural word; you've got two objects, thus non-identity (exception: we are taught that 'Existence' is 3 in 1).

There must be some difference for one to even talk of many bosons; or you could only talk of 'the boson'. Other than the exception mentioned above; 'identical' and '=' are myths; or refer only to a partial aspect of the situation; a conservation of pattern (eg. the pattern of behaviour might be conserved between electrons, but not the pattern of space-time).

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