Dear George,
I was missing your input lately, I like this
one a lot.
2 remarks:
1./ Logic in 'your', 'my', or anyody else's
mind may be different. Does it allow to
restrict it from being "any"? Any may be right
in their own rite. We may not like 'some'.
2./ The world just HAD to accept Copernicus
and his conclusions....
But was Copernicus right? (Partially: yes, of
course).
(A step forward does not make it a complete
novelty. Important and salutable, but
also debatable  especially when even newer
ideas coincide).
Thanks for the words of reason.
John MIkes

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