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Old 01-03-2012, 02:00 PM
Candyman74 Candyman74 is offline
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Originally Posted by whc.03grady View Post
What I'm trying to say in this post is there are certain meta-scientific principles by which science operates that are not themselves provable within science, yet are accepted (NB: I do not take this to mean scientific reasoning is in any way deficient). But why is it that when some results seem to run contrary to a certain principle (non-contradiction), that the impulse in this case is to pitch the principle, not the results?
OK, let's try to narrow it down.

Which scientific principle, specifically, are you referring to? (Schrodinger's Cat isn't a scientific principle).

If you could identify which scientific principle it is that you disagree with, at least we're all on the same page. And perhaps we can discuss the evidence for that principle, or illustrate how it is successfully used in technology, or how it is used to successfully make predictions.