I didn't declare all the universe as wrong, only parts of it. And as for
the hubris, I apologize, I had some onions last night and they are doing
something quite unnatural (kind of like Stephen's math).  Besides,
Euclidean math only works because we all agree it does. Yet, we have also
had to develop exceptions to it, like imaginary numbers. Hubris, indeed!
And then there are those scientists and religionists that demand the
universe be a certain way, when there's really no way to tell. How do you
fit dark matter and string theory into an Euclidean universe? It ain't
easy, unless you change the rules. That's what Einstein had to do in
order to come up with his awesome theories.

K'aya K'ama,
Gerald/gary  Smith    gszion1 @juno.com    http://www
.geocities.com/rameumptom/index.html
"No one is as hopelessly enslaved as the person who thinks he's free."  -
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


Marc:
But "may" is the modal auxiliary used to grant permission. You had the
hubris to
declare the entire universe wrong....
(Mother, may I change the laws of arithmetic? Yes, you may...) :-)
 

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