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April 15, 2005


Robert Schwartz

Shouldn't the puzzle be why don't our theories produce something like reality? The answer to the puzzle of the precession of the perihelion of Mercury was General Relativity, a new theory, not finding another unobserved planet inside Mercury's orbit.

Richard Hancock

I don't remember where I read it, but I do remember reading that it was weird that we were spending so much time trying to work out why reality wasn't consistent with theory, rather than trying to devise a new theory that better explained reality.


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