Sorry, Flavio, I hadn't realized you had continued this one.
When I spoke about reflections, I was very serious indeed. There are dimensions we cannot measure, for not only are our senses inadequate, we have no instrument to deal with matter we do not understand.
Hence the chase for Higg's Boson, and for ever, God.
Think of a nice meal you had lately - taste it and smell it in your mind - now explain that so that everyone understands it.
I think both Hawking and Penrose have danced on the edge of everything, life and death, but both know enough to know that theory is not everything.
Science is young, and we are old - the data we accumulate in a lifetime with all of our sensory memory cannot reasonably be stored on any machine. Yet.
I think most of you have all but missed my point, which is simply that digital theory is simply that. We are not necessarily right because we can expound a theory to the nth - any scientist will tell you that.
We are together in searching for great sound - to our ears.
Imagine my surprize, when I found people close miking Marshall amps for faithful reproduction - then putting it on to MP3.
Werner and Hanuman seem to have a good grasp on what I am saying.
I have perhaps assaulted some ivory towers, for after all, if one spends 5-9 years studying a subject under teachers who are given arbitrary rights, and some of them cannot impart what they think, they are probably within their rights to be offended - bit like me saying Glasgow university is superior to Cambridge - it's obvious to some.
After 40 odd years, it matters less. One sees people making fools of themselves for they have reached a plateau from which to shout.
Try explaining God.
It's as easy to explain as music.
Best of luck.