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Laws Do Not Change, We Do.

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Posted by Alexander on September 6, 2001 16:57:23 UTC

We take more accurate measurements and discover that "on top" of known law there is fine process which we did not notice by rough measurements. So, we discover new competing processes which contribute into fine measurements. But the previous law we knew before is still there as a dominant process.

Say, when it comes to measuring farms or houses on Earth, then the Earth uis still flat - all flat geometry formulas worg well for real estate measurements. So, the law that S=axb did not change. Same with Newton and any other law.

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