Re: How did it all begin?

From: Norman Samish <>
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2005 14:19:24 -0700

Hi Godfrey,
    Thanks for the ID. Now I know that "Godfrey" is one of the
mind-stretchers on this list.
    I hope that Saibal will eventually tell us the reason(s) for
"Dishonorable Mention."
    I read Tegmark's paper too, where he seems to attribute the beginning of
"It" to Inflation. But he didn't appear to address how, or why, Inflation
got started. I guess his definition of "It" ends with our Big Bang.
    Thinking of Big Bangs, or anything else, as a logical process that
occurs without causality isn't something I'm able to do. But I'll keep
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Subject: Re: How did it all begin?

Hi Saibal, Norman

 I did not mean to intervene but so that my name is not
 "called in vain" (:-) I would like to mention that, yes, I read
 Tegmark's paper and enjoyed it much though I could not
 help but notice that, though he promises, he never gets
 to Level IV (my favorite) on this paper, to my regret.

 I don't think that was the reason for the dishonorable mention,
 though! I surely wasn't heard about it..

 As to whom am I? Still trying to find out...


 Godfrey Kurtz
 (New Brunswick, NJ)
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 From: Norman Samish <>
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 Sent: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 15:57:54 -0700
 Subject: Re: How did it all begin?

This is a teaser. Why did Tegmark's paper receive Dishonorable Mention? Who
is Godfrey?
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 Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 6:14 AM
 Subject: How did it all begin?

Tegmark's essay was not well received (perhaps Godfrey didn't like it?
 :-) )
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