Concluding Observations

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s a general rule, rigorous specific examination of a hypothesis results in the disintegration of that hypothesis. Thus, investigation of the cell disintegrates the concept of man [there being no 'manness' in the cells contents].

Examination of the neutron appears to rule out its fundamentality. Such would be the case if the structure of existence were purely hierarchical with the fundamental particle at the apex of logic.

A more accurate picture is that of a 'focus' of logical fundamentality wherein the neutron (countable unit) constitutes a nexus between two zones of infinite potential diversity. (See "In Conclusion")

If one inquires at greater depth, logic is compelled to offer a consistent answer but it is not an answer of greater fundamentality.

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In the study of nature it is best to fix one's sense of truth
on the standard of immediate perception .........................

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