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Again Harv, There Is A Difference Between Faith And Good Guesses

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on May 14, 2002 02:05:00 UTC

If you say "I believe, beyond a doubt, that electrons exist" then yes, that is irrational. What we have are observations to suggest that something is there. But we can't know anything for sure, Harv. This is going to go straight into that use-statement justification thing again.

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