- Oct 2, 2002In a message dated 10/2/2002 9:50:43 AM Eastern Daylight Time, Tony asked:
> Coming back to your post, can you give me an example of where "...a skepticHow about the well-defined word "energy" being misused in the post addressed.
> has misused words to prove the nonexistence of the original phenomena when
> its postulated characteristics can not be observed..."?
And the word "vibration" is oft misused, especially in the context of
"vibrational level". A quick perusal of a bit of physics textbooks would
pretty much immediately show that the terms do NOT belong where they are put.
For example, the distinction between matter and electromagnetic energy is not
as black-and-white as many would like to think. Matter is not "frozen light"
quite as much as "light" (electromagnetic energy) with an absurdly high
frequency (which goes along with really, really short wavelength).
A brush up in General Semantics may help.
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