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Old Aug 24th, 2009, 08:55 PM       
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Did you read the restof that paragraph? Not, "What happens in space" but "What happened in space on one particular instance that can't really be measured." Whether or not the moon landing happened isn't really a scientific subject. If there were an authority, it would be some sort of historian or anthropologist but there's not really very many space anthropologists i dont think.
But who? Who I ask?!

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For the first part, sort of. But theories are sort of accepted as being "maybe true," so when you state a theory you aren't stating fact but something which is accepted as something that might resemble the processes of the universe.
No, science, ultimately, can never say whether something is "true."
Gravity is true. "The sun radiates heat" is true. Things can be true!

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Does a guy in engineering have a more relevant opinion on history than me?
I dont know. Do you have a degree in engineering? If not then I would have to say yes when it pertains to things in the history of engineering. But I could just be guessing?

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Science doesn't care about anything.
Not even atomic mass?

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No, that doesn't make religion a vag.
Then what does?

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