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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on November 24, 2001 18:09:02 UTC


I'm not a scientist, but I think I can answer your questions. Well, all but one:

>>>"Does scientific method affords to deny or prove the existence of God? Is metaphysics a science?">"Does scienctific method gives us enough room to and flexibility to endeavour into the fields of philosophy, sociology,anthropology and other semi-scientific and non scientific field of study on the basis of purely 'scientific' theories?">>"Big Bang and Evolution constitue the stuff which isn't based on observations which can occur again and again and subjected to strict experimentational trials. Then how much scientific are they?">"What ,in brief, is the philosophy of science?"

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