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April 30, 2007



Worth, interesting post.

The history of science shows that nearly all major findings appear to have been made in two time zones, far apart and with little contact with each other. I think much as we spend a lot of time wondering the how and why of the world (my entire PhD thesis tries to understand causation), we really know very little at all.

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