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cavediver
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Message 206 of 517 (397232)
04-25-2007 3:49 AM


re: Mike's Should logic be observed?
Despite Adminnemooseus' accusation of babbling, this is actually an excellent topic that Mike has stumbled upon, and a very important field of study in logic, mathematics, and extreme theoretical physics - not to mention in more casual philosophy and also electronic/computer design.
Mike's opening questions are spot on:
"Is it science? Is it part of science. Is it important? Did the likes of Darwin and Einstein observe such laws as the excluded middle?"
Now Mike may have just been having a dig at the use of logic, but given that his questions have good answers it would seem a pity not to promote this - obvious destination is "Is it science?"

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cavediver
Member (Idle past 3721 days)
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Message 208 of 517 (397357)
04-25-2007 3:48 PM
Reply to: Message 207 by mike the wiz
04-25-2007 7:29 AM


re: Mike's Should logic be observed?
Oh well, I was looking forward to a discussion on the role of the excluded middle in science and philosophy - maybe some other time.

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