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"phenomena To Be Modeled" Has To Be Specific Explanation"

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Posted by Rowanda on January 10, 2005 18:48:18 UTC

Here is the edge for you. The above quote from your post says that the model in short only applies to specific explanations. But elsewhere you have said that it applies to all explanations.

Who cares if it applies to only one specific explanation. Your work only has value if it applies to all specific explanations. That is exactly where consistency is required. You cannot model all explanations as some can be contradictory and inconsistent.

Your theory only applies to situations where the specific explanation is consistent, or let's say constant, in time and space. That's nature, assuming no intervention from god. Nature in most respects is consistent; and that is the most that you could be modelling.

wanda

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