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They All Involve Speculation; They Have That In Common

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 28, 2002 05:35:55 UTC

Is there a corner of the universe that does not
"involve" each of the liberal arts?
Do you know the old list of liberal arts?
Physics is not alone in being "compatible" with
all these questions.
You have yet to demonstrate that physics
alone is either capable of providing the
framework for all these aspects of existence,
and not yet have you shown that physics
is a better way of understanding all these
than, for example, chemistry or information science...
Good Luck!
M

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