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v to refute or to prove false by affirmative evidence to the contrary.
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From the preceding discussion follows that expressions as "which way information" and "no which way information" are just names and have precise mathematical definitions as provable bijection b, and respectively disprovable bijection [?
The results can too easily produce an indelible taint; unlike most other allegations, the charge of being a bigot or cozying up to intolerance is almost never disprovable - it sticks.
Karl Popper, a philosopher and the father of the scientific method, said the hypothesis -- that is, the expected answer from the experiment -- must be disprovable or the experimental result is not conclusive.