From: Brian M. Scott
> --- In email@example.com, johnvertical@... wrote:[...]
>>>>> I am not your errand boy. If you want to know what IOf course they are, both in everyday usage and specifically
>>>>> mean, read what I wrote.
>>>> I'm reading it. And then you tell me I read it wrong,
>>>> since you rarely if ever mention if you are writing
>>>> something as wild speculation / working hypothesis /
>>>> part of your theory.
>>> That's exactly what it is.
>> Um, those are three different things.
>> Or, from a more pragmatical viewpoint...You're dodging the obvious intent by quibbling about a
>> Wild speculation: "I'll be tossing out some thoughts.
>> Interrupt me if you hear anything that makes sense."
>> Working hypothesis: "I can explain this as well as that
>> by assuming B. Can you add anything in support of or in
>> opposition to B?"
>> Theory: "We have establish'd from plenty of evidence that
>> this is how it goes, and counterarguments have been
>> rebuked thus far."
> Wrong. You can't establish anything from evidence. Popper.