On 8/29/2012 12:43 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
On Wednesday, August 29, 2012 12:23:35 PM UTC-4, Stephen Paul King wrote:
What is the difference between the two? Ultimately, what we
are talking about is just that set of fact that is
incontrovertible among us.
I think the difference is that if we assume expansion then we have to
assume an infinite unexplained plenum of space, whereas if we assume
expansion of ratios between sensible nodes, then there need not be any
plenum and space becomes nothing but information entropy - a gap
between perceptual frames. If you are a native of one frame, you see
space, if you are the native of another frame, there is 'entanglement'
(i.e. pre-space reflection of node unity).
But what you are saying here is true for each and every individual
observer; it is a 1p duality, along the lines of a figure/frame
relation. We have to consider multiple observers, each with this
property and see how components , in the entanglement frame, in one
observer, A maps onto a component in the spatial frame of observer B and
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