Re: virus: Contradiction

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Tue, 16 Sep 1997 15:59:10 -0700

Reed wrote:
>Lo, the mystery of Transubstantiantion!
>Bread and Host as one!
>Wave and Particle as one!
>There is no paradox, for:
>"it is exactly what it is"

I can see a big difference here: wave-particle paradox is something observed.

You give a piece of glass to a tribe man who does not know glass. He
observes: "this must be a rock" (as it is rock solid) and then he says: "no,
this must be water" (as it is transparrent as water). Then you say: "See,
this is a paradox. World is full of paradoxes. For example your wife is
also my wife and I can sleep with her tonight". If you are lucky you may
have him believe paradoxes (it may also help if you descend in a helicopter
and say your Heavenly Father sent you there).

Bread and Host paradox is not an experimental one. People believe it
because they believe authority (see MAIDS virus) -- not because they are

My point is that observed paradoxes are not contradictions. We simply
"don't know glass" yet. The fact that we use those wave-particles as we
please means they "are exactly what they are".

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159