• Why the fairy tales of falsification can only be bought by primitive mo

    From Maciej Wozniak@21:1/5 to All on Sat Apr 6 17:40:10 2024
    Apparently, everything is clear and logical.
    A theory X is implying a statement Y and
    the experiment states, that not Y.
    We have X=>Y and not Y, so not x.

    Now - how do you know that X imply Y?
    Mathematics? no, the theories you "falsify"
    are not mathematical.
    Empirism? a joke. You've "falsified" the
    theory, it doesn't even apply to the reality.

    What's left?

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