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On 05/02/01 12:54, Robin Faichney said this-
>You really need to read
>before you say any more about this.
Happy to comply-
>"Frieden's shown that a host of what used to be
> regarded as fundamental equations of physics are
> actually capable of derivation," says Hawkes.
And I'm happy to agree with this- especially since he used 'derivation'
and not 'generate'....
I remit - "If someone does generate laws of physics, they are making them
I think Frieden is saying the same thing.
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