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There Is No Defense Of "Cause"!

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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on September 8, 2001 14:55:20 UTC

Marino,

Since you have apparently just entered college, I suggest you take all the mathematics you can handle. If you do that then you can determine what is mathematically defensible yourself.

>>>Which is more mathematically defensible: effect with no cause, or turtles all the way down? And, if it is turtles all the way down, would this imply causality (time) all the way down?

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