From: derek gatherer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed 30 Oct 2002 - 14:42:17 GMT
"Idea" is probably too vague for science.
Derek: Yes, it is.
Bill: At the
same time, number is
not necessary for science, either
True. It does help, though. All the best science has
a strong quantitative dimension.
Consider the TIT-FOR-TAT meme for the Prisoner's
Dilemma. (Or don't you think that it's a meme, Derek?)
It depends on the circumstances. If the behaviour is
predictable enough to conform to the rules, then why
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