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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on September 10, 2001 16:39:21 UTC


>>>Okay. I'll phrase my question differently so it can't be dodged:>The only problem is I often sense a defeatest attitude from you: "We can't ever truly accept any models of reality, so why try?" If this isn't the case, I apologize, but it's what I sense.>And while it is true that reality does and will always ellude us, getting closer is worth it.>So my question was not pertaining to a true model of reality so much as the most accurate and mathematically valid one, as far as can currently be told.

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