Re: virus: accurate statements vs The Absolute Truth

Jason McVean (
Mon, 25 Nov 96 12:26:38 MST

Kenneth Boyd wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Nov 1996, Jason McVean wrote:
> > I'm not sure it needs to be made of anything. Is the value of pi
> > made of anything? Crudely it is made of numbers, but the constant
> > pi would still have a definite value if we didn't invent
> > numbers. The value of pi, the speed of light, the charge of an
> > electron, etc., are all embedded in OR. The absolute truth is
> > embedded in OR.
> Let's see [Fixed Width Font is desirable]:
> Ultimate reduction to primitive terms:
> pi Matter/energy
> [via class theory] [via current physics; ignore GUTs]
> True space-time
> False photons
> either "Not, And" or NAND [CIS] 6 quarks [CERN data seems to claim
> "in" this exactly]
> 6 leptons [ditto?]
> Yes, pi is made of 'something'. So is mass-energy. It is *critical*
> that we are immersed in the material world, and fail to be immersed in
> mathematics.

Huh? I was unable to extract any meaning from this. Not that
there isn't any...


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