Quote Originally Posted by thermophysics View Post
Peikoff: "The theory of the analytic-synthetic dichotomy presents men with the following choice: If your statement is proved, it says nothing about that which exists; if it is about existents, it cannot be proved. If it is demonstrated by logical argument, it represents a subjective convention; if it asserts a fact, logic cannot establish it. If you validate it by an appeal to the meanings of your concepts, then it is cut off from reality; if you validate it by an appeal to your percepts, then you cannot be certain of it".
Jeez, most estimates I go out on represents this!

I can TELL them they should not be replaceing their 9 year old furnace....I can SHOW them here is the choke point in your duct that killed your current furnace....And they go with the low bidder that said IT ISN"T SO!