X-Message-Number: 19164
Date: Tue, 28 May 2002 08:43:19 -0400
From: Thomas Donaldson <>
Subject: CryoNet #19157 - #19163

HI everyone!

This message is for Bob Ettinger and anyone who followed my previous
message arguing that we hadn't come to a stop in physics.

Yes, Bob, I said it wrong. Basically the idea is that on the other
dimensions, the total diameter of the Universe is very small, while
in those dimensions we can perceive it is quite large. Basically
I tried to get my message out too fast. A picture would be helpful
but sending one in text that everyone could use isn't easy.

		Best wishes and long long life to all,

			Thomas Donaldson

PS: And no, this does not affect what I said about the future of
physics, for those who think our exploration in that direction
has come to an end. Incidentally, the experiment I mentioned was
possible because it depended on the square root of some very small
numbers, and because square roots of numbers < 1 INCREASE, the
effect could possibly have been measured. Just because a problem
involves effects as small as exp(-60) does not mean that some 
clever means might not be found to measure them anyway.

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