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Data Is As Good As Its Defined Limit

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on December 29, 2003 19:15:34 UTC

Hi William
If, when you hear the "voice of God," you record that as,
"it seemed to me I heard the voice of God"
Then it is data with a possibility of reinterpretation. That might have its own hazard, such as undermining belief, but at least it gives you an escape route in case you discover otherwise.
"...I have..."seen" and known many things in this universe I know I would not have experienced without them."
In science, this would be data, subject to revisiting for reinterpretation in its system context. Also, "to know" seems to be used here in the sense of "to experience" rather than "to have confirmed as hard data," right?
Warm regards,

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