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Old Oct 13th 2009, 10:38 AM   #11
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As a rule too deep philosophy for the physicist is not so important. But sometimes it can not be neglected. Thus the problem of the origin of the solar system appears to hang because of too pragmatic, highly specialized, sample approach to its decision. But this problem, is deemed to be a sophisticated, have unusually simple solution. For this purpose it is necessary to look only on other at concept of the proof (a little not how it is understood in the physics and the mathematics).

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