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September 27th 2005, 07:59 PM
Scientists do not neccesarily have their philosophy right eithear sadly. For instance, the Heisenberg Uncertainity Principle is a philosophicaly invalid (actually invalid).
Why is this?
Because in saying that a particle has indertiminate states it contradicts a basic prinicple of [Objectivist]philsophy, the Law of Identity, that says something that exists must have definite properties, or it does not exist.
The Heisenberg Principle is wrong for other reasons too, which I will go into if anyone wants. The science might appear right, but rememeber, science has proven itself wrong many times before despite being totally convinced it was right, and having 'proven' so.