Yes, I was wrong, strings do have extension.
So they are in spacetime.
String theory however does not have extension,
so I at least can treat it monadically,
since monads have no extension.
Roger Clough, rclo...@verizon.net
Leibniz would say, "If there's no God, we'd have to invent him so everything
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On 8/22/2012 6:17 AM, Roger Clough wrote:
Hi Richard Ruquist
I'm getting tired of trying to explain this to you. You have to do more
Monads have no extension. And they have no location nor time. So they are merely
theoretical, extensionless, outside of spacetime. You have to have extension to
Who told you that? So far as is known experimentally electrons are point
particles and that's how they are modeled in QFT. If string theory turns out
to be a better model, they'll have extension in that model - but there's no
logical or meta-physical reason that they can't be points. Points are places
in space, i.e. world lines in spacetime.
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