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Gary Shannon said:
> [snip]
>
> Suppose further that the
> were non-corporeal so they could not make any kind of
> sounds, let alone speech sounds, and could not affect
> the physical world in any way making writing or
> recording of their language impossible for them.
>
> [snip]
>
> There are no "words" in this
> language.  Thought forms are communicated via some
> "aetheric" channel by a superposition of quantum wave
> packets.  These wave packets could be studied by human
> linguists by performing a nine-dimensional Fourier
> Transform on the wave packets and comparing a given
> wave packet to the catalog of known packet forms.


So does this mean you assume that the etheric channel is not part of the
physical world, even though it's sensitive to (or consists in) quantum
events?


-- Mark