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On Wednesday, April 17, 2002, at 11:44 , Scott Chase wrote:
> Are you telling me to take a long walk off a short bridge?
It's a thought experiment.
You would, I'd ask you what you were doing, and you'd say 'I'm falling'
And I'd say, 'Is that a fact?'
And you'd say, 'Yes.'
I'd then ask you to conceptualize not falling, or to refuse to
conceptualize gravity, and see what happens.
You never answer.
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