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I technically agree, but she should consult this with Zimmy from Gunnerkrigg court: “Magic is a thing which is only explained by not having an explanation” …

“EVERYTHING can be proved scientifically.”

I require scientific proof of that claim.

LOL!

bwahahaha! Gold, right there.

Of course, the scientific method can also be used to prove the laws of magic, right? Science really just seems to mean ‘closely observed and documented to test the validity of a hypothesis’. Sooo….science CAN prove magic!

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” – Arthur C. Clarke

“Any sufficiently analyzed magic is indistinguishable from science!” – Agatha Heterodyne

Well, technically … no consistent system of axioms whose theorems can be listed by an effective procedure (i.e., an algorithm) is capable of proving all truths about the arithmetic of natural numbers. For any such consistent formal system, there will always be statements about natural numbers that are true, but that are unprovable within the system. Also, that the system cannot demonstrate its own consistency.

So, not only it can’t be proved, it was already proved to be false. By Gödel.

I loved Nicole’s insult on this page the first time around, and I love it just as much now. Ongoing problem! -snerk-

😂

people misunderstand the scientific method – it is possible to prove the existance of magic, spirits ect. you just need to develop the right tools and define the tests properly.

In this series – finding a live mermaid is pretty good proof – it would make an excellent paper. Of course – she wouldn’t appreciate the attention – but it is a valid proof.

Subjective descriptions is also valid, just weaker as proof. If Alex is describing what he is experiencing, and there is a noticable effect on the dreams of other people – that’s also proof.

Nicole’s problem is not considering the options in the 1st place – that’s not science, that’s small mindedness.

Of course – in the real world, there are low chances of finding someone like that or any noticable effect on children’s dreams – she’s just stuck in the wrong world…

Mermaid is interesting but not answer to correct question.

Existence of dreamland will be proved by other child confirming meeting Alex there. Well … proper experiment would be to make Alex remember random number and the child to repeat it, with no other way to find out what the number were.

Ah, young love. 🙂