Date: Sat Dec 08 2001 - 23:44:35 MST
In a message dated 12/8/2001 10:33:12 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> Are you proposing that there ARE no absolute limits on reality? Or just
> suggesting that all the limits we define now will turn out to be false?
> Yes, we may be able to cheat our way around some 'laws', but even the
> cheats would have rules. Prehaps I'm missing something in what your saying?
There could very well be no limits, but I'm not sure. I can say quite
confidently however that the limits as we define them now are false. You can
cheat the rules by the "cheat rules", then cheat the "cheat rules", ad
singularitarum. Perceptual Transcends very likely go hand in hand with
Apparent Limitation Transcends. There's no way we can tell where it ends
from our viewpoint, but it very well could be that the True State of Reality
has no limitations. Is there something incredibly radical or inherently
impossible about this idea that I'm missing?
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