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It is difficult for an engineer like you and I to accept the weird descriptions that physicists ascribe to the universe.
QuoteIt is difficult for an engineer like you and I to accept the weird descriptions that physicists ascribe to the universe. Possibly, but Engineers are very pragmatic people and they soon take up the results of the new Physics. Tunnel Diodes, Shottkey diodes, Hall Effect Probes and all the others have very quickly become bread and butter engineering stuff.
jerrygg38 It sounds like you lived an interesting and varied life.Both you and Vern are good guys, and you both have a dream of solving this universal puzzle.You made me think of a book I read some years ago.It's called 'Winter's Tale' by Mark Helprin.I think you would like it.If one have a dream one shouldn't be afraid of trying.That's all there is to it, really:)After all, it's dreams that created our life's.And there are all to few that have them:)