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Old 06-23-2003, 03:11 AM
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On 22-Jun-2003, "tadchem" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:

I don't infer. I post what you wrote concerning the infallibility of
naturallaws. I shall have to post the others I didn't think were necessary.

I use it as being an impossibility for any laws of physics.

That is not the way you ut it. You stated that they are infallible until
fallibilities are demonstrated and verified. When I objected with the
statement that a fallibility may exist, you replied that it makes no
difference, the fallibility is not NOW verified and the law is still
infallible.

I'll have to go back to my other systems and get that.

As I stated because they are the consturcts of human minds, and human minds
are not infallible, ergo the laws cannot be infllible.

Ah, you just know I am going to do what I say and you are backtracking.

Ha!

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