On 2/14/2012 10:36 AM, Quentin Anciaux wrote:
The flaw is the entire structure of UDA+MGA, it assumes the
existence of the very thing that is claims cannot exist. It is a
theory that predicts that it cannot exist. How? By supposedly
proving that the physical world does not exist.
It does not prove that the physical world does not exist... it proves
that a *primitive* material world is irrelevant to predict your next
moment, the current physics of the world. Whether there is a primitive
material world or not cannot change your expectation of your next
moment, rendering this primitive material world devoid of explanatory
What is the difference? Please see my last post to ACW with the
subject header "Re: On Pre-existing Fields"
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