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And Thus Being No Certainy, Is There Still Logic?

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Posted by Mike Pearson on February 24, 2002 06:33:28 UTC

Then I says,
Making a myth of probability is true in a different sense than the predictive probability of physics. If something is experimentally true,
it takes more than fluffery to deny a theory that fits it. Can be done, but only with some comprehensive logic. or maybe comprehensive fluffery that hangs together well and fariliy well xcludes alternative explanations by adequate disproof.
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