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A Little Inertia?

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Posted by GwynJ on February 11, 2001 20:58:33 UTC

alexander, did i not say we might agree to disagree? 'belief' definition in my book is that feeling of sure-ness that there is something more than meets the eye, yet to be discovered.

science doesn't stop studying once it discovers an item, you know that. it greets each discovery with a proverbial 'Wow! Great! Finally! and THIS seems to lead to...', correct?

or perhaps i'm wrong, and science greets a discovery/proof with 'great. what's the next new project, now that we know all there is to know about that one?'.

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