This, as I am sure most of us know, is not really what happened.

Clifford, "It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of what he was never reasoned into."
— Jonathan Swift, author/theologian"A patriot must always be ready to defend his country against its government."
— Edward Abbey (1927-1989)"In contradiction to the Bible, the First Amendment to our Constitution gives us the right to worship gods (or not), work on Sunday (or not), and say what we wish about the various gods.

Can you identify the hook, information, and thesis in the above example?

In fact, I found that what distinguished this particular hallucinogen was that it made "reality" feel utterly relative, as though I could just step into a different world at any time.

What are some key features or examples of the lexis of ...

Newton was a person who never gave up and always had a goal to accomplish what he was doing....

The technical details are beyond me, but I have argued that local density, a potential of space at the smallest scale, is what is responsible for gravity.

What's the difference between scalloped dish and casserole?

It spares them the ordeal of thinking for themselves and taking responsibility for what they know."
— Brooks Atkinson, , 1951"The term 'skeptic' does not mean one who doubts, but one who investigates or researches, as opposed to one who asserts and thinks that he has found."
— Miguel De Unamuno, distinguished Spanish poet, essayist, novelist, playwright (1864-1936)"My religion is to seek for truth in life and for life in truth, even knowing that I shall not find them while I live."
— Miguel De Unamuno"It is not skeptics or explorers but fanatics and ideologues who menace decency and progress.

What part of each realm exists at every stage of the manifestation?

Why do we treat levels of scale separately rather than as a whole?

Suggestion: Our current system of numeric representations is unable to handle significantly different levels of scale, thus limiting what we can measure and connect mathematically across levels of scale and then also limits the mathematical maps we are able to make against the physical territory to one level of scale or another.

Thank you for an interesting essay (and links to other papers).


One of your commenters asks what is 'small' -- quantum?

We feel that the decimal numeric system (with its cousins) is the 'Standard Model' for numbers, and the continuum can only consist of Real numbers - a well tred path.

More in line with your essay, I do not understand Platonism as being about reality emerging from mathematics, as it has more to do with those shadows on the wall of the cave, where we cannot directly perceive what is real (either physical or mathematical).

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We would not need to 'throw out' the 'imaginary' part in order to produce 'real' observable results (what does this part represent is where some new paths emerge).