The first question to this statement is"what's truth"? Then there's the opinion which might be true and them again not true. How can one be a fence rider all the time? Either it's true or not, by the facts, but lawyers and judges make mistakes to. The words observation and experience come to mind. The older I get the more I believe these two words. A theory or hypothesus is both observational and a scientific method to finding a fact that fits the truth or vice versa.

"The sun is yellow except to a color blined person". If a person is deaf, why am I talking to them? Why did I just stuff myself after I said I would not over eat? Is the question relevent to the answer or vice versa? Paul

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