Bryan Moss <email@example.com> wrote:
> Harvey Newstrom wrote:
> > Suppose my copy and I want to move the table to
> > one side.
> Both of you point to your left and see the other
> pointing to your right – no divergence.
I never claimed a divergence in what they see. I claimed a divergence in which wall they point to. They are not pointing toward the same wall.
> Agree? You can't even strike up a conversation –
> you're talking to yourself.
Pointing doesn't require talking.
They point. They disagree.
> So you decide the walls are different and to check
> you write your name on the left-hand wall.
Why are you ignoring my test and rewriting one of your own? I agree that you can invent a test that doesn't prove you wrong. I am more interested in your response to my test which does prove you wrong.
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