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Hi Lawrence DeBivort -
>It does establish some expectation in my mind about the
>likelihood of its continued usefulness, but I don't think of this
>expectation as 'faith' in any sense of the word being used here.
And that's a wonderful description of what a scientist means when he says
'faith', and what is so often wrapped around something quite different by
those who would 'faith' us into belief....
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