**From:** Pavitra (*celestialcognition@gmail.com*)

**Date:** Wed Oct 14 2009 - 16:04:52 MDT

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Mu In Taiwan wrote:

*> If your axioms or reasoning are wrong,
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*> your conclusions are wrong and should be discarded.
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Strictly speaking, it implies only that the conclusions are invalid,

which is a separate concept from wrong. It's possible to reach true

conclusions from flawed reasoning. I know this because the moon is made

of green cheese.

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