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Posted by Bruce on July 30, 2003 19:36:42 UTC

but I'm curious what you mean by 'fundamental knowledge' [maybe an example]. Another thing I'm curious about is what would be the definition of 'true' and 'approximately true' in a philosophical sense. In a scientific sense true could be that a theiry is experimentally testable and every test has verified the prediction of the theory [repeatable]. But in science nothing is perfect because an error bar will always exist which [could be interpreted] will make repeatable experimental results approximately true. I appreciate your passion for inquiry regardless of what the 'new' knucklehead has to say.

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