In article <1995Jun22.195359 at opal.tufts.edu> , matkisso at opal.tufts.edu
>All of your examples are valid, but the models did not
>preceed the experiments. "Wet" experiments provided the data which
>anlyzed, and from which models could be produced.
Yes, of course. My point was that models have been useful in making
*predictions* which can then be tested experimentally.