Remember that inductive logic is the type of logic that goes from a series of observations to a general conclusion.
I have used the theory of gravity to illustrate this before, but it is such a good, clean example that I am going to use it again.
Thus, at this broad definition, I am “assuming” that I am actually in a real, physical universe.
Fortunately, I think that even creationists would agree with me that this definition is not really useful, and I don’t think that it is the definition that they are operating under.
Importantly, we can never prove that G actually is a constant, because doing that would require us to test G against every single piece of matter in the universe.
That’s clearly impossible, so instead we rely on inductive logic (also there are very strong mathematical reasons to think that G is constant).
As I will demonstrate, coral growth rates, radioactive decay rates, etc. Rather, they are the conclusions of simple inductive logic.
You see, I cannot prove with 100% certainty that I am not currently dreaming, or that we are not currently in the Matrix.
The only thing that I can be 100% certain of is my own existence.
In the Grid View to do updates you need to set one of the rows into Edit Mode.
Notice the Item Type is set, rather than using Eval().
The most fundamental problem is one which I have previously elaborated on.