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Does fact required for a theory?

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November 27, 2008 4:56PM

Theories tend to Remain a Pseudo Fact, until proven otherwise, the theorist, is under no obligation to Prove his Theory, which makes anyone capable of writing a Theory, without using any Facts whatsoever. Of course it's always advisable to throw a few facts around within the Theory, to add some Credibility to your Theory. Remember if you could prove a theory as Fact, then it would no longer be a Theory, but a Fact.