From: Derek Gatherer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon 19 Dec 2005 - 09:02:35 GMT
At 20:49 14/12/2005, Dace wrote:
>Hill's experiment could be replicated a thousand times in a thousand
>different laboratories, and still you would deny the results, as they don't
>conform to your predetermined beliefs and therefore, by definition, cannot
>be true. This is not science but dogmatism.
This shows how much you misjudge me (and indeed scientists as a
whole). If Hill's result could be replicated by only a handful of
laboratories, then I'd be happy to accept it as demonstrated. Please
let me know when that has happened.
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