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Well Joe, I sort of agree with you that it is....


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Posted by ELDRAS on Friday, December 06, 2002 at 00:03:46 :

In Reply to: You obviously just can't answer my question. posted by Joe on Thursday, December 05, 2002 at 23:13:43 :


from eldras;

At least that is my best guess, taking up your metaphore. Also you're analogy is brilliant.

I need a coffee.

Ok Tea

Yuk.

Fired the valet.


The idea of a pack of cards evokes Neitzche's eternal return and the idea that there is a teleology see FrankThrux below.


If the past was ordered why the hell wouldn't the future be.

in fact after reading frank tipler's book 'The Physics of immortality' essential reading in cosmology philosophy I would have thought, I understood Einstein much better.

The cosmos is entirely determined see MC Price
at

http://www.geocities.com/john_f_ellis/bess.htm

even at the smallest levels.

the idea of a dealer may or may not be relevant.

Maybe he's on a coffee break too, and we can jump out of it by inserting a joker?


DECK of CARDS


finite set number of elemtaries

(parallel periodic table)

an ontology or unfolding of sequence.


maybe viewed in reverse.

Joe that's a hell of an alalogy.

In fact i belive it to be the case on reflection.

Ta Salutant!

ELDRAS

: Rather than complain, why don't you suggest what the universe is?

: According to Sir Spratley, you are now obliged to spend your day explaining your answer one way or the other.

: according to Wordsmith [sic], blithering fool = anything thrudaringer disagrees with

: Remember, no question is too stupid for thecry.

: Joe




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