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Posted by Harvey on April 6, 2002 14:06:28 UTC


***Don't need to worry about authorities versus amateurs; turns out that what babies know changes that whole landscape. I suspect that there hardly is anything of consequence known by adults that you didn't know already as babies! Take the whole of medicine: big deal! You experienced the very building of your anatomy from a few cells! Recall that, you know medicine. Take physics; you experienced being created by the Creator; you know all physics. And so on.***

If I didn't know you better I would think you are joking. Whether you want to state that babies have all knowledge is your own deal, but in any case it isn't relevant to where human adults are now. Anyone who takes it upon themselves to do the job of a scientist and criticize popular scientific views without having sufficient knowledge is being like the opinionated guy at the pub who's had one too many drinks. I feel like one of the friends with that guy who has to convince him to pipe down and keep the drinks coming to him (maybe drive him home and apologize to his wife for getting him so drunk). Last night I had to drive Aurino home, his wife was pissed I brought him home so drunken! (smile).

Warm regards, Harv

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