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Incorrect. Experiment IS The Criteria Of Correct/incorrect.

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Posted by Alexander on April 18, 2001 21:52:52 UTC

The above is a perfect example of difference between a philosophy (pure speculations WITHOUT relationship to reality), and science which is based on experimental facts and is always tested by facts.

That is why science is correct and widely used practically everywhere and anywhere, but a philosophy is not.

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