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Posted by Alexander on April 6, 2001 23:32:05 UTC

Just expressing that when arguing, we need to know facts about what we argue about and thus clearly distinguish what we PERSONALLY do not know from what facts are already KNOWN and are in textbooks, encyclopedias, publications, etc.

If I PERSONALLY do not know that magnetic field is relativistic part of electric field, do I have to insist that there exist different kind of field - magnetic, and because I am not aware of explanation of mechanism, should I say that it comes from God (like you treat unfamiliar to you evolution)?

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