Petra
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5/7/12


Re: Why Physics Can't Prove Anything
Posted:
May 6, 2012 2:40 PM


On May 6, 1:11 pm, Sam Wormley <sworml...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 5/6/12 7:36 AM, Zerkon wrote: > > > Math results in a proof. Physics results in a proof of probability. > > Many Theorem can be "proved" mathematically. > > There are no "proofs" in physics, but only observations that > support, confirm or deny a theoretical construct. There is > always error in any measurement or observation.
reminds me of a cartoon I saw once about the time there were campaigns against ramblers ruining our countryside.
There was a bloke with a metal detector and there are these enormous pot holes all over the drifting landscape as far as the eye could see towards the sunset, and he says 'I was positive it was the right place',

