virus: Contradiction

Reed Konsler (
Wed, 17 Sep 1997 13:07:40 -0400 (EDT)

>Date: Tue, 16 Sep 1997 15:59:10 -0700
>From: Tadeusz Niwinski <>

>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.

So, the glass is real and the tribesman's senses are accurate but his
assumptions are inaccurate, correct?

What is the difference between a sense-perception and a conscious-perception?

>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".

Sure, but tie this back to Richard, do you want him to reference himself better?


Reed Konsler