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Kevin

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Test Ride The Four Player Game
Posted: Mar 1, 2013 4:31 PM
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Invariable the four player game which is objectified by my thesis
being hypnosis would lead me to visit Rice University... My objective
was to be Sartre-esqe... I kind of have to wonder what it was like to
be a faculty member being adressed by a member of the general public
as if he were a colleague. It stands to reason that the four player
game is a vehicle for Rice to convey what information it wants from
me :"( but I suppose in the process it clarifies for me the nature of
vehicles in general. Supersymmetry is a vehicle... What does it
convey? Who is it a vehicle for? The general feel from Rice was that
particle physics is the enemy or that general feel could be an absurd
distraction. Supersymmetry is a vehicle of particle physics. Particle
physics and strings have a tender relationship. If I'm doing strings
then I'm a brute. Supersymmetry is a vehicle to convey what it wants
from quantum physics for the mutual benefit of strings and particle
physics. The conjecture is that quantum physics is the political wing
of physics. On the surface, it trys to make physics in general look to
the outside world that we're all one big happy family. So anyways,
supersymmetry conveys 'folding' from quantum physics to particle
physics... and that would explain why neither cats eyes nor fish eyes
bother me as much as I think that they should. The benefit that
strings gets from cooperation with supersymmetry is control of
gyroscopes. Well, ya know, they do nanotubes at the Smalley Complex at
Rice. I still say that nanotubes have a left and right orientation
given a cross referance with hypnosis. Things were cordial. The Nazis
haven't crossed the Marginot line yet. Sartre would be a good thing
for more people to have the comprehension of. My philosophy teacher
seemed so pretentious in retrospect. He must have been a Jew from the
look of things. Do Jewish philosophy teachers hate Sartre? (shrug)



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