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Posted by Harvey on July 7, 2003 20:58:56 UTC

Aurino, you of all people should hold my position when it comes to this issue. The position you are holding is treating today's science as having already captured the 'truths' of the universe (i.e., when it comes to superluminal travel), when in fact you've argued for as long as I can remember that to treat science with kind of absolutism is folly and naive to the highest degree. Here is an opportunity to show us that you are consistent in your views, rather you revert to this scientific-progress-as-of-today-is-perfectly-understanding-reality bit. It is so unlike the Aurino I know. Where is the missing Aurino? Does it have mass? Can it be detected?

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