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RE: RE: RE: What About That Theory?

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Posted by Ed on April 14, 2000 04:24:45 UTC

Can`t agree with you Jon. Where is the ground work? This fits under number three in your own
posting of the definition of the word itself.

As an astronomer would I try to get this published? Good luck! I read his whole paper very carefully, and I would like you to explain to me how you would defend this as a scientific
theory. It is a supposition, nothing more. a thought tied together with a little simple math.

We could sit here all day dreaming up alternative universes with our own rules of physics in the very same way. This does not make our thoughts a theory, which has come to mean in the scientific
community a hypothesis with at least SOME experimental proofs!

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