In article <4tnqg8$1gm at hobyah.cc.uq.oz.au>, s201430 at student.uq.edu.au
(Yuri Saalmann) wrote:
> With the arbitrary nature of reality expounded by quantum
> gravitationalists, what intrinsic value does neurophysiological research
Well, quantum physics describes a lot of space between particles, but I
wouldn't advise your trying to put you fist through a "spacious" brick
wall. What works on one level of analysis doesn't always translate up,
Many of the discoveries made by neurophysiological research have been
implicated clinically with great success. The patients are helped.
I suggest that you don't allow yourself to get *too* caught up in the
arbitrary nature of reality on the quantum level. The not so arbitrary
nature of reality on this level can be pretty cruel.
Matthew O. Fraser "If you can't answer a man's
Department of Pharmacology arguments, all is not lost.
School of Medicine You may still call him
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mof at prophet.pharm.pitt.edu John Homans