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Circular Is Arbitrary

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 14, 2001 18:19:05 UTC

Right. So how can you know its value if you prove that the argument is circular? That is my point.

Certainly things can be calculated to be different if the value if off by millions. But on that basis the best we can do is plus or minus about a thousand. Not very scientific.

Science knows because it is measured.

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