can someone answer my question?

eisner19 at idt.net eisner19 at idt.net
Sat Dec 5 13:39:32 EST 1998


In article <74b7ih$ks$3 at its.hooked.net>, Bloxy's at hotmail.com (Bloxy's) wrote:

> 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.

Theories, at best, are useful, NEVER verifiable!
Steve

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