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Posted by Sam Patterson on June 4, 2002 22:01:58 UTC

"Not at all. I cannot think of a competent astrophysicist who would equate stellar fusion with the faith of religion. Your idea that because we lack absolute knowledge means that 'anything goes' is absolutely ludicrous and clearly indicates that you have a poor, poor understanding of science."

I never said stellar fusion had anything to do with religion. We just have faith in our present observations about fusion.

I'll present my arguement another way, because we are getting nowhere with this one.

Can the past be scientifically proven? Since no one was there, and it can not be repeated and observed, can theories of the past be scientifically proven? I do not think they can. KC2GWX 73's

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