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comment What theoretical predictions took the longest to be experimentally confirmed?
good answer! I meant to add a qualifier about "real theories," i.e., those based on modern understanding of the scientific method, as opposed to quasi-philisophical ideas in ancient times. But I didn't want to sound overly prejudiced:)
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