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Feb 19, 2007

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will spotts

Thank you for this series.

Particularly the flaws in the "consensus" model of "consensus". A very religious argument (appeal to authority) that ignores the fact that for every theory prior to the current theory (on any topic), the consensus position had to have been wrong. Therefore consensus can confer no determinable likelihood of being right this time.

Michael W. Kruse

Thanks Will.

"Therefore consensus can confer no determinable likelihood of being right this time."

We are back to Giddens and uncertainty.

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