From: Billy Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To reach an approximation of an objective truth, you need to have some way
>to conduct experiments to test your claims. If you can't prove (not argue,
>but *prove*, in an objective sense), that a moral proposition is false,
>you're just trading opinions.
What does it mean for a moral proposition to be true or false? I'd say that a moral statement is meaningless except in its framework. You have to, at some point, create a moral framework and then all actions are 'good' or 'bad' within that framework.