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Difference Between Science And Ideology

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on June 21, 2002 16:19:38 UTC

AV
Difference between science and ideology
is laws of science derive only from
what we observe
and ideology derives from what we think SHOULD occur.
In number Three, the Law of Mutation, you pose
as a "law" the exact ideology you have been wishing to prove...

"There is no data to support this law."

Of course there is data to support almost any
idea we want to advance...but not a preponderance of the evidence.

M

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