Orion <[log in to unmask]> wrote (in <22.214.171.12430716042439.00b87610@dmcom
.net>) about 'Stonehenge Moat Hypothesis', on Wed, 16 Jul 2003:
>The hypothesis is
>not proved to be correct. It may be shown only to be probable. It may be
>disproved by being shown to be impossible (i.e., by showing that any of
>its predictions is impossible).
It may also be shown to be impossible by one piece of contradictory
*pre-existing* evidence, not only by one failed prediction.
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