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Philip Ronald Dutton
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particles are interfaces to networks

What if every electron is just a interface node to an underlying network-like structure?

What if the other particles are likewise interfaces to a particular structure?

Are there networks which can have limited (assuming not unlimited) interaction with other networks? (are such combos explored in current literature?... *as opposed to discussions and examples based on single netorks*)

Just some thoughts after reading a bit more in the NKS physics chapter.

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