Yes, I thought they were quite interesting questions too. However, I am not particularly interested in your opinion of them!!Quote
Those are all interesting questions, but they don't seem to have much to do directly with Donald's book. IMO,
Thank you, but I can assure you I do not need you to interpret the article for me.Quote
Donald claims that his "Egyptian yardstick" is an almost magical unit that embodies a different way of understanding our existence in the universe. He claims to be giving us the connector, but in the bit presented to us in his AOM, he doesn't even tell us exactly what is being connected--except that it is all encompassing.
And I'm sure Donald Carroll is able to speak for himself rather than having you interpret his intention.Quote
So, I think it reaches to the spiritual issues you want to explore, but I doubt that's what he wants to talk about.
I look forward to reading Donald Carroll's reply and have, as you might have noticed, asked only for brief responses, and did not ask for an essay.
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