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ALine

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ALine last won the day on December 12 2020

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    Math, Computer Science, Modeling everything else
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    Mathematics and Computer Science
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    I like to make structures
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  1. "You are an observer and describer of a system. Reasoning comes from the previous observations of a given system, period. You can make assumptions about the system, but those assumptions are not truths. Your reasoning is not some "golden apple" that defines truth. It is a guidance towards what truth may be associative to. You cannot tell an apple to fall from a tree, it either does or it does not and whatever means or methodologies or processes in which it does so is not within your control as a truthful determiner. At that point your no longer a scientist but an engineer."

    This is a quote I came up with in which I attempt to understand and convey some common pitfalls of some poorly reasoned arguments. If it does not seem correct please correct and I will improve upon it using suggestions.

     

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