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 Wednesday, 05 January 2005
Wednesday, 05 January 2005 12:51:45 (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00) ( )

This promises to be an interesting read: an article about what some great minds believe, though they can not prove.

Via slashdot I found an article on The Edge entitled "WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE IS TRUE EVEN THOUGH YOU CANNOT PROVE IT?" which looks quite interesting.

From the article:

“It may be that it's okay not to be certain, but to have a hunch, and to perceive on that basis. There is also evidence here that the scientists are thinking beyond their individual fields.“

Unfortunately they are slashdotted at the moment, so actually reading the whole thing will have to wait until the rest of the world is done... :-(

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