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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 20, 2002 04:37:12 UTC

Dr. Stafford wrote:
"I am of the opinion that all explanations must be held as little more than mythology. Remember, a good lie is one with no inconsistencies. But, more important, the lack of inconsistencies is not a proof of truth! Always remember that!"

This only leaves one big problem; still I agree and that is well said !
The problem is how to explain that we are not
denying the importance of trying for truth.
If you can quibble with that, fine! It should be interesting !
Thank you.
Mike

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