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Re: Pulling conclusions from Nowhere: Re: no physicist today knows how axio
Posted: Feb 9, 2013 5:41 PM
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plutonium made the above blanked statement that

"no physicist today knows how axioms of math work"

Now, if one were honest and you knew what you were

talking about and you wanted to claim even something

more modest, like "most physicists today do not know

how axioms of math work", one would conduct something

like a random sample of physicists to this effect.

Have you conducted any such sample, plutonium?

If not, what basis do you have for such statement?



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