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Posted by H.S.Sapiens on November 7, 2002 04:56:33 UTC


Maybe Nicholas has hung up by now. I hope Ruquist, Harv and bruce will hang up now too.
Or honestly admit their errors, apologize sincerely, and move on to a decent dialogue.

TO HONEST READERS:
Science seeks to explain, control and predict.
Nicholas if Princeton demands that Ray predict! --which is only one role of science and cannot be accomplished in some phases of a sequence of discoveries.

Check this out -- I'm not consulting any book,
but I am THINKING.

1) If you control a phenomenon,
predicting its outcome is specious. You can
only measure the effectiveness of your control.

2) Attempts to EXPLAIN phenomena come before each of SEVERAL CYCLES of measurment. It is certainly a rookie error to pretend you can devise equations or even gather data without having an explanation for what data may be sought.
Nicholas, though he might not exist, is a ROOKIE ROOKIE ROOKIE ROOKIE ROOKIE ROOKIE ROOKIE
and he made a ROOKIE ERROR...LOTS OF THEM!
Hey, they do it in baseball :)



Gregor Mendel's science was only crudely mathematical

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