can someone answer my question?
Bloxy's at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 5 07:05:38 EST 1998
In article <3668A18F.C6584F3E at pop3.concentric.net>, kkollins at concentric.net wrote:
>Ray Scanlon wrote:
>> [...] Theories are another matter. Anyone may put forth a theory. Theories
>> are a
>> dime a dozen.
>Except when they're verifiably-correct. ken collins
And correctness is not even defined,
as in order to be classified as correct,
the theory needs to be complete.
If something is missing, or not considered,
as a result of currently held limited belief system,
then there is no guarantee that your verifiability
of correctness is anything but utter fiction,
caused by delusions of limitations of your currently
held views and a scope of consideration of isues.
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