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    (Original post by riffraff)
    nah- starting physics, maths , further maths, geog and chem next year at A-level
    cool what you want to do after?
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    of course I will challenge it- that's how you get more accurate theories, but there's no point in breaking down a theory if you haven't got anything to replace it with
    I would disagree.

    We should always challenge theories, because if we don't then we could never seek to find out any form of truth or any 'valid' theory. We must ensure our theories are on soild ground before fully accepting them - if they are not we must reject them, regardless of if it leaves us with something we cannot explain or not. (although they may be useful pragmatically)
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    (Original post by corey)
    I would disagree.

    We should always challenge theories, because if we don't then we could never seek to find out any form of truth or any 'valid' theory. We must ensure our theories are on soild ground before fully accepting them - if they are not we must reject them, regardless of if it leaves us with something we cannot explain or not. (although they may be useful pragmatically)
    lol so you're trying to say that the presence of electrons is a theory?
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    (Original post by DazzYa6)
    lol so you're trying to say that the presence of electrons is a theory?
    Of course it is.
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    (Original post by DazzYa6)
    lol so you're trying to say that the presence of electrons is a theory?
    Myself and riffraff have agreed to disagree, hence ending that discussion. Take your own advice and don't try to discuss things you know nothing about.
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    Of course it is.
    lol ok so JJ thomson, einsteins, geiger and marsden, are all a bunch of liars

    HA
    ****ING
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    (Original post by corey)
    Myself and riffraff have agreed to disagree, hence ending that discussion. Take your own advice and don't try to discuss things you know nothing about.
    lol that i know nothing about? lol ok mate.
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    soo rejection yeh....wats the talk about electrons 4?
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    (Original post by kokopops)
    soo rejection yeh....wats the talk about electrons 4?
    doesn't matter * hug *
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    (Original post by DazzYa6)
    lol that i know nothing about? lol ok mate.
    *sigh* You don't understand DazYa. I advise you read up on some authors in the 'philosophy of science' before commenting
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    doesn't matter * hug *
    :confused: and out of the loop
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    (Original post by corey)
    *sigh* You don't understand DazYa. I advise you read up on some authors in the 'philosophy of science' before commenting
    i advise you to do an a level in physics before trying to answer physics questions
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    (Original post by DazzYa6)
    i advise you to do an a level in physics before trying to answer physics questions
    Ok.

    I will never discuss A level Physics again.
    You will never discuss Philosophy again.

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    (Original post by corey)
    Ok.

    I will never discuss A level Physics again.
    You will never discuss Philosophy again.

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    i didn't discuss philosophy my friend - the existence of light acting as waves or particles was discovered by scientific experimentations! =D
    it's a fact ^^
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    (Original post by DazzYa6)
    i didn't discuss philosophy my friend - the existence of light acting as waves or particles was discovered by scientific experimentations! =D
    it's a fact ^^
    Again, I advise you go to your library and read some dummies guide to the philosophy of science
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    (Original post by corey)
    Again, I advise you go to your Library and read some dummies guide to the Philosophy of Science
    post me a quote where i talked about philosophy! =D
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    'the existence of light acting as waves or particles'

    good night.
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    'the existence of light acting as waves or particles'

    good night.
    that isnt philosophy moron - that is a fact
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    Going back a few pages now, but as far as DazYa's intellect is concerned: he is clearly an able scientist, however any other field seems to bemuse him and he isn't very worldly-wise.

    Kate's thread got hi-jacked
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    (Original post by Gimp)
    Going back a few pages now, but as far as DazYa's intellect is concerned: he is clearly an able scientist, however any other field seems to bemuse him and he isn't very worldly-wise.

    Kate's thread got hi-jacked
    i appreciate your input -
 
 
 
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