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Re: Re: What Is The Difference, Please...

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Posted by GwynJ on February 5, 2001 23:15:22 UTC

isn't that trying to compare apples and oranges? if by definition 'fruit' is ongoing study/experience, how can one say a red fruit is superior to an orange one? Why does science, the apple, claim the other is not enough like an apple to be valid, when the orange really never made any claims of being the definition of an apple, and the apple itself continues to discover its own properties?

can't apples and oranges just get along?

we're in the same bin...

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