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Author Topic:   Why flood geology doesn't work, oil exploration as the example
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Message 64 of 78 (722194)
03-18-2014 1:58 AM
Reply to: Message 61 by dwise1
03-17-2014 3:43 PM


Re: when is a false statement a lie?
I use a slightly weaker standard. Given a false claim it's enough that the claimant doesn't care if it is true or false.

It's a more practical standard, because it's much easier to assess it - easier to work out if they SHOULD know, than if they do know.


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