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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on October 29, 2001 15:22:15 UTC


As I said earlier, you have missed the question.

You seem to have missed the whole point of Paragraph 5 of Part I of Chapter 1 of my work! If I may quote it here:

"The major problem with any attack on the issue of fundamental definitions is the fact that a large part of our view of the universe is already established long before we begin any examination of that universe. A normal human being has a fundamentally complete mental image of the world long before even beginning any formal education. That image cannot possibly be characterized as well thought out. Clearly, thousands upon thousands of insupportable presumptions have already taken place. "

As I say, "That image cannot possibly be characterized as well thought out."

Think it out --- Dick

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