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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on July 10, 2004 19:21:05 UTC

It's he,I'm a man.I don't use my real name here because it's irrelevant,we are discussing physics here not chatting about personal names.
Now,about the discussion.When I say that language is irrelevant I mean that it doesn't matter how we call the differnt terms in physics,the only thing that matters are facts.We OBSERVE space-that's the reality and we don't have a theory EXPLAINING WHAT WE OBSERVE-that's the reality.And physics MUST include this facts.I use science and the goal of science is to EXPLAIN what we OBSERVE.That's the reality and the language must help the science do exactly this.Harv says that I use space to explain space.That's not what I do.I postulate 5 laws that EXPLAIN the properties of space-that's what I do.And that's the meaning of what I do.I shall not allow to be driven into a linguistic discussion.I'm here to discuss science,not language.
By the way I have never been in the God and Science forum and that's not a subject,that I'm interested in.I'm a complete atheist.
By the way here in Europe we are not very interested in USA's internal affairs and I personally don't care about any of your "intelligences".
And I have nothing to do with mental health.

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