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"TRUTH IS NOT AN ISSUE FOR SCIENCE TO CONSIDER" ???????

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 1, 2003 17:36:55 UTC

Harv wrote:
"I don't think scientific theories give us truth per se, they meet a certain standard and if those standards are met we have an adequate theory. On the other hand, that's not to say that there is no truth to our theories, it is just not an issue for science to consider (in my view)."


Einstein's book Relativity begins with a discussion of Truth.

If not science, who would consider truth as an issue, anonymous Harv? I will guess your answer
is religious authorities or secret societies.

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