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Posted by Mario Dovalina on May 2, 2001 03:04:16 UTC

You can't see a black hole, does that make it irrational? You can't see individual atoms, does that make them irrational? Just because we weren't gifted with a sixth sense to sense waves (well, sight is such a sense, but never mind) does that mean they are irrational? Why are your definitions of rationality in the universe contingent upon our biological abilities to sense?

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