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The Plight Of The Antirealist

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Posted by Harvey on November 24, 2003 21:22:14 UTC

I say plight because examples such as this should give one pause before they buy into the dogma of antirealism. The just isn't possible to divide the world into theoretical and observable, as if such a divide exists forever.

Here is an article about the theoretical end to stars such as our's, heretofore never observed:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2003/11/031124071719.htm

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