Role of Sociocultural Factors in Mosaic Split

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What role do sociocultural factors play in a mosaic split?

There is a tacit assumption in the zeroth law which assumes it's possible there can be two theories that are incompatible. Assuming two theories can satisfy the same method, the necessary mosaic split theorem only tells us there will be a split. It does not tell us how this split will occur. In such a scenario there will probably be a lot of sociocultural factors involved. Additionally, there is a distinct lack of historical evidence for necessary mosaic splits.

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This question is a subquestion of Mechanism of Mosaic Split.