I find your attitude towards discussion worth a respect. I wish everyone would
do as you do.
I think we agree in most of points.
I would only like to comment this part:
On 07/08/2012 at 18:58, Felmon Davis <email@example.com> wrote:
I find this an absurd criterion of proof. there are plenty of proofs
of things I do not understand, for instance in math physics or fluid
dynamics, but that doesn't imply they are not proofs!
But, honestly, I fear that providing accurate explanation in English is beyond
me at the moment. We would need to go into basics of methodology history and
theories, as well as philosophical concepts behind them. After that, I think
you could agree with me. But explaining is not only difficult for me, it would
also be awfully off the list topic.
Therefore, I hope you do agree that we should end this discussion here.
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