Ambiguous or just uncertain

Ian Goddard (
Tue, 02 Jun 1998 15:13:41 -0400

At 10:03 PM 6/1/98 -0700, John K Clark wrote:

>It seems to me saying our most basic questions are fuzzy but the truth is
>clear cut is equivalent to saying our questions are clear cut but the truth
>is fuzzy, one is just a euphemism for the other.

IAN: Why is reality fuzzy? It is what it is. Reality is reality.
Our concepts (such as the photon should go through slit 1 or 2)
seek to model reality, however, reality does not seek to model
our concepts. Therefore, the physical reality is the "winner"
in the contest over which is 100% truth. The fuzziness lies
in the mismatch between concepts and the physical reality.
If the photon goes through both slits, that is 100% true.


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