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Topic: When is a theory wrong? Action-Reaction investigates!
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HVAC

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Registered: 11/9/12
Re: When is a theory wrong? Action-Reaction investigates!
Posted: Dec 5, 2012 8:55 AM
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On 12/5/2012 2:15 AM, G=EMC^2 wrote:
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>> Space - Time
>>
>> Whole - Particle
>>
>> Continuum - Discrete
>>
>> Fake - Real

>
> Theory is wrong when its a bad idea



Any 'theory' that comes from you is a bad idea.






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