On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 5:13:03 AM UTC-5, Alberto G.Corona wrote:
>> Hi Alberto G. Corona
>> Your concept is incomplete, because geometry is what Plato called forms,
>> which he gave the Greek name of ideas. So you have a thought without a
> Yes, the greeks did not conceive an empty space without forms. For them it
> was the forms what created the space.
I think that they were right. What I propose about light, and all forms of
energy, is that they do not literally radiate through space as waves or
projectiles independently of forms, but that what we experience as light is
exactly what it seems to be: how we sense the world visually. Light does
not travel through a vacuum, rather it is a sensory-motor interaction among
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