X-Message-Number: 14193
From: "John Clark" <>
Subject: Identity Of Indiscernibles 
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2000 11:28:24 -0400

In  #14189  Yvan Bozzonetti  Wrote:

    >Instantaneous displacement is a sci-fi concept, there is nothing
    >as this in the real world.

Physicists use the concept all the time, it's the foundation of the
"exchange force" idea. Take a look at my  dialogue " Waiting For Zed"
at www.extropy.org/eo/articles/zed.htm

    >If you want to bypass the problem, go directly to the function space.

Huh? What problem?

    >A carbon atom in Boston is not the same as a carbon atom in

What experiment could you possibly perform to come to that conclusion?
How would things be different if were not true?

        John K Clark       

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