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Posted by Michael Wright on January 25, 2002 05:39:38 UTC

I agree, too (with both of you).

What do you think about scientific knowledge being prebable knowledge. Would you say that some physical processes are so consistent that they would not be probable, but definite? I can't think of any, but there are so many that I do not know about!

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