Re: Fuzzy Logic & Truth

Ian Goddard (
Thu, 28 May 1998 02:27:35 -0400

At 09:13 PM 5/27/98 -0700, Warrl kyree Tale'sedrin" wrote:

>> At 08:42 PM 5/26/98 -0700, Warrl kyree Tale'sedrin wrote:
>> >According to the best current theories, there are indeed times --
>> >at the subnuclear level at least -- when the truth itself is fuzzy.
>> IAN: No, because there is 0% of untruth in the
>> physical reality. The fact that what I believe you
>> refer to can be quantified as the uncertainty principle
>> demonstrates the fact that truth itself is not fuzzy.
>Learn about the quantum eraser, and then tell us that the truth is not fuzzy.

IAN: A URL I've posted a few times to the list
gets into the quantum eraser. I understand what
your saying, I think (that the location of a sub-
atomic particle is not necessarily knowable?) but
I still don't think it means that reality is any-
thing less than 100% true. I don't think that
uncertain means untrue, but it could mean
fuzzy, in a way... it's semantics. No?

I saw Dan's post and will reply asap. I'm now
tracking down info on a new threat I received
today pertaining to my TWA800 research. It seems
that I've "made some people very angry" and some-
one calling themselves "XTU Project" (anyone ever
heard of such? I found one lead on the web) is
threatening that they may do something about it,
like making me "crippled" in some way. I posted
the threat to alt.politics.libertarian. It seems
to me that TWA 800 research is contraindicated
with respect to any life-extension program.