Date: Jul 7, 2013 12:32 PM
Subject: Re: Matheology § 300
On 7/7/2013 4:26 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> On Saturday, 6 July 2013 23:59:55 UTC+2, fom wrote:
>> No statement has been falsified before it is expressed.
> Just yours has been wrong before you wrote it already.
> Another example: There cannot be a flase statement."
One difference is that my statement contains a
temporal index, whereas yours does not.
You seem unable to be consistent with your own
views on falsifiability.
>> You engage in a search for statements that cannot be falsified.
> False. As a physicist I engaged in a search for statements that hopefully will not be falsified.
Thus, physics is a "hopeful" enterprise.
Why do you "hope" for such things?
I will not repeat myself concerning the
objectives of "science" in relation to
You engage in a search for statements that cannot be falsified.
You do so with purpose. You may call it "hope" if you prefer