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Message From 1995 Bio.net Re: Rigor In Human Population Biology

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 17, 2001 03:17:59 UTC

http://www.bio.net/hypermail/pop-bio/pop-bio.199504/0030.html


I, too, am tired of reading my own text.
By rigor: the most severe yet fair rooting out of logical errors

I do not deny God, but if when God explains something, I support the most rigorous criticism to ensure we understood correctly.

Science does not prove things true as math does.
Science criticizes and tests and tries to prove false. What is left standing is a beginning of knowledge, as many here realize.

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