[time 124] Re: [time 123] RE: [time 69] Spacetime & consciousness

Hitoshi Kitada (hitoshi@kitada.com)
Sun, 4 Apr 1999 03:26:40 +0900

Dear Robert,

It is not that I do not find any points in what you posted, but I think these
are the issues which should be discussed later at an appropriate stage
suitable for the problems which you proposed. As Ben writes in [time 120],
"But, there's a long way to go ;)" I tried to respond to some of your
postings, but rethought that these should be postponed. Without having reached
the stage where we could have some consensus, it would produce unnecessary
misunderstandings among us to discuss about "jargons" or words in physics that
have no clear meanings yet, clear enough for us to communicate each other by
using the words.

I have feelings that you have sensitive intuitions to see the essence of
things and we miss you if you would prefer to be away from us.

Best wishes,
Hitoshi Kitada

----- Original Message -----
From: ca314159 <ca314159@bestweb.net>
To: <time@kitada.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 21, 1999 7:54 PM
Subject: [time 123] RE: [time 69] Spacetime & consciousness

> Hitoshi Kitada wrote:
> >
> > Dear Robert,
> >
> > My recognition of the present stage of our understanding is that it does
> > reach any stage where we can articulate the meanings of the words used in
> > physics. This is the same as in the age of Born's interpretation.
> >
> > Best wishes.
> > Hitoshi
> Dear Hitoshi,
> Here's a picture worth a few words:
> http://www.bestweb.net/~ca314159/BISECTOR.GIF
> "Beauty" is 61.8 percent objectivity as the divine proportion
> seems to indicate.
> It seems to me that you Hitoshi, are at the root of our tree.
> Stephen is attacking it brute force and climbing every branch
> while maintaining a good center of gravity near the trunk.
> Ben is also clinging to the trunk but straying onto the branches,
> but not as much as Stephen. Matti has taken a side, and seems
> to have strayed onto one particular branch from which he cannot
> see the trunk of the tree but which is none the less a fruitful
> branch.
> I hope I'm climbing the trunk and and seeing where you all are
> correctly, though I apologize for any hurt feelings if you disagree
> with this perspective.
> It's clear none of you are seeing any value in my points so I
> won't bother you with them further.
> Robert
> --
> http://www.bestweb.net/~ca314159/

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