The explanation or interpretation of past actions or events inferred from the laws that are assumed to have governed them: an argument based on retrodiction [count noun]: if you discount retrodictions then one is hard pressed to find good examples
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- To unambiguously cover cases of retrodiction, the assumption is better put in terms of the unobserved resembling, in relevant respects, the observed.
- Could it not be that the retrodiction of a past Bang in which the entire Universe was squeezed to a point arises entirely as a consequence of following the expansion backwards in a perfectly symmetrical fashion?
- What Rusty is referring to here is not prediction but retrodiction - it's looking back from the perspective of modern theories and reading those facts back into the Genesis account.
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Saltos de línea: retro|dic¦tion
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