Look, you gave the game away by mistaking verifiability rather than falsifiability as the criterion for Popper. That is a mistake no one who took Philosophy 101 would make and it renders your whole critique in all posts an exercise in confusion and pompous and incoherent language. I specialize in the critique of the positivist methodology of social science, which makes me primarily a critic of Popper, but he has his uses. Ask any philosopher of science in the world about falsifiability -- and what it has to do with the critique of inductive methodology that I mentioned and which you were in fact attempting to employ, contra Popper -- and you will see why your fundamental lack of understanding was so obvious. Goodbye, if you want to waste more of your own time that is fine but I am past my limit already.
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