Replying to LO30878 --
Don Dwiggins (firstname.lastname@example.org) was commenting to Mark:
> Hmm, I think I understand what a statement is. What's a fact?
> In particular, is it something other than a statement?
> In fact, best regards,
Following the spirit of the great Hal-Mark debate we had, following
great thinkers like Popper, and following some wisdom from great
civilizations, may I hazard the following, for your kind comments:
'Fact' is one kind of statement.
'Statement' is another kind of statement.
Dr. D. P. Dash, India
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