Sat, 20 Nov 1999 22:57:02 -0800
Dear Stephen, Hitoshi and all,
Stephen Paul King quoted:
> But there must be some bounds on how rich a repertoire of hidden
> properties can be ascribed to spacetime.
What happens when space-time topology is 'paradoxical' like
a Moebius strip or a Klein bottle ? Is it an "illogical"
Space-time is a map of events which may have both causual
(logical and dependant) and acausual (or analogical;
A 'poem' written especially for Hitoshi:
* Analogy, the Un-logic
I'm never completely wrong, because I'm never completely certain.
Therefore, within my uncertainty; I am somewhat right,
even when I'm wrong.
It's a logical loophole you see. It's an analogy.
It allows me to win alittle, even when I loose alot;
which is always better than loosing everything.
That's how life survives, even when it dies.
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