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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 25, 2003 13:23:52 UTC

Dear Mike,

We seem to have a difference of opinion as to what constitutes scientific evidence. For me. scientific evidence requires repeatable observations or measurements.

From your post just above, if I remember it correctly, for as you know I cannot read it without logging out, you appear to believe that scientific evidence has something to do with language, and language alone.

Now I suppose one could study languages scientifically ala Chomsky- BTW, his son and mine were buddies growing up in Lexington,MA, but I never met him- but that study could not possibly include a proof or even evidence for a god.

So I am wondering exactly what you are refering to in the above post. Could you elaborate on language as scientific evidence?

The best,


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