On 13 Jan 2014, at 20:37, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
No, it's not the reification fallacy, unless you apply the same
definition to all theories, none of which are real. Of course
theories aren't reality.
In any case the quantum vacuum, out of which real particles can
appear, is a well accepted concept. I just generalize it a little in
my theory to include everything which could become possible.
Just an advise:
- when working on the fundamentals, avoid terms like "obvious, of
- when working in the interdisciplinary area, avoid terms like "well
Note also that if you make a "little" generalization to include all
the possible, your assumed reality is no more finite, and this
contradicts some of your other posts. It is unclear, as your ontology
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