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Usefulness Is What's Most Correct

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 26, 2001 21:33:02 UTC

For example, particles are a very useful concept. But it is likely that particles, as most people think of them, do not actually exist. It's all fields. In this regard the use of the word god may be like the use of the word particle. It a convenient way to talk about something we actually know nothing about.

So is it true that particles exist. It's true that the concept exists. But of course concepts are subjective.

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