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Posted by Scott Abernathy on August 21, 2002 19:08:22 UTC

Mike saying that Mario is correct!!! I have heard it all.

Question for Mike -

In your opinion, is it possible to have a scientific law or is that over stepping the bounds of the scientific process? I understand that certain things in nature are fundamental, but isn't it presumptuous to state something is law without fully understanding the operations of the entire universe. I would really like to hear your thoughts on this or anyone elses in the forum.


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