Re: virus: Re:PCR Three Axioms

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Fri, 26 Sep 1997 16:20:45 -0700

David R. Wrote:
>Tad wrote:
>>David R. wrote:
>>>Tad wrote:
>>>>Is the statement "Any statement is either falsifiable or it's either a
>>>>'tautology' or an 'axiom' a falsifiable statement, an axiom, or a
>>>A falsifiable statement--it can get tested for being true or false..
>You can make a nonsense statement, like "Rg 11 alik fon##" which is neither
>falsifiable nor a tautology or axiom.

"Rg 11 alik fon##" is not a "statement" (it's just a string of characters).

>>Can *you* test it and tell me if it is or not true or does it require a
>>certain group of people to take it "under fire of criticism?
>I can test it and say that it's not true without a certain group.

Now, for example, I say it is true. Who is going to be a judge? Is this
the core of PCR that people can say what they like?

>> If so, who are
>>those people?
>The Communist Party. :)

This exactly what I thought you think.

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159