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Joe Fisher wrote on Sep. 27, 2017 @ 14:21 GMT
Dear Foundational Questions Institute Members,

Y’all made your initial error when you stated in your brochure that the answer to the unscientifically posed fundamental question concerning “WHAT ARE WE MADE OF?’ was: “WE ARE MADE OF ATOMS, WHICH IN TURN ARE MADE OF QUARKS AND ELECTRONS.”

Had you posed the question scientifically, it should have read: WHAT ARE THE FINITE VISIBLE WE MADE OF? Then you would have realized that the finite visible we could not possibly have been made of finite invisible atoms which in turn were made of finite invisible quarks and finite invisible electrons.

It is physically impossible for any real eye to observe a finite visible we. One visible realty must be self evident. The only question you might want to ask of visible reality would be: AM VISBLE REALITY FINITE?

My Research has concluded that NATURE must have constructed the simplest visible physical Universe obtainable, because reality existed for millions of years before man appeared on earth.. The real Universe must consist of only one single unified visible infinite surface occurring eternally in one single infinite dimension that am always illuminated by infinite non-surface light.

Joe Fisher, ORCID ID 0000-0003-3988-8687. Unaffiliated

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Joe Fisher wrote on Oct. 13, 2017 @ 14:42 GMT
After writing to thirty one FQXi.org members asking each of them to comment as to why my research of Natural reality had not been accepted and given a Grant, I received this reply from Paul Busch, Professor of Mathematics at York University:

Dear Mr Fisher,

thanks for your message.

As I am not aware of your submissions and not involved in the selection of grants, I cannot give any specific response to your concerns. But I can say from my experience that the Institute has a robust procedure in place to make decisions on awards so as to ensure that the best proposals are selected. It is also understood in science that only a small fraction of applications are successful due to limited funds.

With kind regards,

Paul Busch

The best procedure FQXi.org seems to be taking this year appears not to fund any proposals whatsoever.

Joe Fisher, ORCID ID 0000-0003-3988-8687. Unaffiliated

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Anonymous wrote on Oct. 21, 2017 @ 13:16 GMT
This parallels the argument that the only thing the Bell Theorem proves is that there can be no non-contradictory sets of Abelian groups in Topology.

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