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Old 18th December 2011, 03:14 AM   #118
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Originally Posted by madfoot View Post
At a certain point, science has to be faith-based.
To practice science, one need only provisionally accept that objective reality is consistent enough to be testable. Where would your "certain point" come from?

Originally Posted by madfoot View Post
True Skepticism is Solipsism, and I've never seen a rational rebuttal to Solipsism. It's usually just rejected out of hand as an unworkable philosophy.
Solipsism has nothing at all to do with science. Neither does faith.
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