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To:Everything List From:Craig Weinberg Subject:Re: The Brain Minds Whether We Believe in Free Will or Not Date:Mon, 7 May 2012 13:57:19 -0700 (PDT)

On May 7, 4:28pm, meekerdb <> wrote:
> On 5/7/2012 1:24 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
> > On May 7, 3:49 pm, meekerdb<> wrote:
> >> so by logic 1=3 implies anything at all.
> > You mean the indivisible unity of the three quark proton?
> > Craig
> First, nobody cares if you believe it, even if you're a physics graduate student. Second,
> it's just a model and physicists everywhere are trying to invent a better one. Third,
> it's a model that has been tested and found to work.

I do believe it, at least as a spatial representation of what matter
does or is at that level of microcosm. My personal conjecture is that
there is a progression from literal architecture to figurative
phenomenology the further you go into the microcosmic scale, but
that's beside the point. I was pointing quarks out as an example of
how physics is ok with a 1=3 logic. I'm not anti science, and I'm
certainly not pro religion, but I am anti Manicheanism. They both have
validity and they both overlook a significant portion of the cosmos.


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