Re: virus: accurate statements vs The Absolute Truth

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Fri, 08 Nov 1996 16:19:58 -0800

Jason wrote:
>I think that you defined TT (or my understanding of it) fairly
>well and concisely. I can't recall the exact wording but it went
>something like "the property of objective reality that is
>consistent". I'd say this is part of my AT but AT also includes
>more mundane information such as the fact that I am less that 8
>feet tall. Perhaps TT is simply physical laws.

I can see the more mundane information also there: the fact that you are
less that 8 feet tall is also part of TT. These all results of physical laws.
And chemical, biological, etc. laws as well. You are not taller or shorter
in an unpredictable way. You may slightly change your height (after a good
night sleep you are probably a bit taller) without disagreement with the laws.
TT, the incredible consistency is in all mundane things as well.

After answering David's post on the Uncertainty Principle I think that maybe
atoms do behave in an unpredictable way... And only on the macro scale they
are "statistically" predictable? TT would be the "macro consistency" then.
There would be no consistency, no TT and no AT on the atomic level.
It's hard to believe. What do you think?

Tad Niwinski from TeTa where people grow
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