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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 10:49 am    Post subject: A Question or Counter-Racism Science Project Reply with quote

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Edward Williams wrote:
This is the way the Counter-Racism Definitionary works. Someone places the definition of a word that was used in a Counter-Racism Science Project experiment in the forum and others ask questions to help refine the definition of the word so that when the word is used it will help to reveal truth in a manner that promotes justice.

Some people may prefer to work from definitions to projects. Is this allowed?

If the word has a defined usage within the experiment, will refining (altering) the definition of the word change the nature of the experiment?

Does a Counter-Racism Science Project begin where a question ends?
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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 11:36 am    Post subject: Re: A Question or Counter-Racism Science Project Reply with quote

Dark Switch wrote:
http://www.counter-racism.com/cgi-bin/work-study/viewtopic.php?p=10181#10181

Edward Williams wrote:
This is the way the Counter-Racism Definitionary works. Someone places the definition of a word that was used in a Counter-Racism Science Project experiment in the forum and others ask questions to help refine the definition of the word so that when the word is used it will help to reveal truth in a manner that promotes justice.

Some people may prefer to work from definitions to projects. Is this allowed?

Sure! Non-white people can work from definitions to counter-racism science experiments if they so choose but the Counter-Racism Work/Study Project doesn't accommodate that process. The Counter-Racism Work/Study Project only accommodates the process that produces definitions that result from counter-racism science experiments. The obective is to write, run, record, and post the data from counter-racism science experiments.

Dark Switch wrote:
If the word has a defined usage within the experiment, will refining (altering) the definition of the word change the nature of the experiment?

It may and if it does it may be necessary to re-run the experiment several times or as many times as needed in order to refine the definition of the word so that the use of the word reveals truth. The counter-racism science experiment is what is used to use truth to promote justice.

Dark Switch wrote:
Does a Counter-Racism Science Project begin where a question ends?

What do you mean when you say "where a question ends"?
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