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Posted by Whittier on June 17, 2002 22:56:25 UTC

Take care, Harv hath writ:
"since our experiments are dependant on those theories being correct"

Begging your pardon...
For benefit, these "exceptions" are noted in kind spirit
.. to wit...
our experiments may yield surprising results, inconsistent with our theories, thereby casting doubt upon those theories, and be useful nonetheless


our experiments may have flaws in thought
independent of the theories...

- and-

it is good experimentation to look for exceptions to our theories so their detail may be illuminated

Your leader commands you.

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