Problems with Internet Information/Data

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posted on Dec, 30 2004 @ 09:24 AM
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In a recent letter published to Rense, HMason comments on the extraordinary coincidences between the existence of weather conferences and the actual events that the conferences were gathered to speculate about. (www.rense.com... )

In other words, the question comes up, How much experience is contrived, beforehand?

And on the other side of the coin, this morning -- satellite data
( satellite.ehabich.info... )

says one thing and local cameras
( sv.berkeley.edu... )
( mthamilton.ucolick.org... )
( cbs5.com... ) say something else.

The data on which we make heuristic plans appears to be too far out of spec, to be reliable. This is a matter for the "scientific method" to address--is it not?

Maybe it's true--from the philosophy of science--we can't really "know" anything. So, we have to just "believe somebody who thinks he knows."








 
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