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How Many Posts By Nick Bond Were Stated Mathmatically?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on November 6, 2002 01:40:50 UTC

Nick wrote:
"Call it virtual, real, fuzzy, evanescent, whatever, math describes our world with high precision. Your vague ramblings do not."

Nick has made numerous statements without
supporting them mathematically in
59 posts so far.
I agree with the need for good math. I do not
agree that Ray is rambling any more vaguely than
any other person here discussing physics, theology, history, philosophy...
and less vaguely than most.
Nick has declined to support his statements scientifically when I asked. There is no such thing as a privilege here. A double standard in science is the same as bombast and needs watching.
I DO support the need for math in our assertions. I have used good math and good facts to form my statements, and they have
not been effectively refuted...including by Nick.
No illwill, Nick.

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