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Posted by Alexander on December 18, 2001 01:18:09 UTC

The more we know, the more accurately we can explain and predict things, the less gods (uncertain parameters) we need. It was always reduction in number and in power of unknown processes (which we label gods), so I think that accuracy of understanding of nature is ever increasing as seen by expanding area of correct predictions as well as by increasing accuracy of predictions.

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