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Sir Karl Popper–a recognized Austrian philosopher–conceptualized the Falsifiability Hypothesis. His hypothesis maintains, if you put forth a specific supposition, you need to admit you are not infallible, and acknowledge that your supposition is falsifiable.
However, admitting a proposed supposition is falsifiable does not automatically mean that supposition is wrong. It is merely a tentative assumption made in order to respect objective and falsifiable counter arguments.
In this regard, the proposed suppositions presented herein are admittedly falsifiable and therefore subject to objective-falsifiable counter arguments.
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