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Mild Discrepancies

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Posted by Aaron Viviano on May 30, 2002 14:36:23 UTC

"Just unknown properties? What about the existence of mild discrepancies? I get the impression that you think mild discrepancies should be non-existent in order to consider a theory to be true. If that's the case, then we should reject the notion that the sun operates on fusion. Mild discrepancies in our models of the sun still exist."

Well yes mild discrepancies could be included as well, but then we must argue what a mild discrepancies is. Prehaps you could give a explanation of what it is in a deffinition statement. Thank You. I'm gald we are coming to an understanding.

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