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Posted by Harvey on April 8, 2002 17:08:21 UTC


The point of the matter is that science provides the most up-to-date view of all that we know. We can either choose that with the tentativeness that it deserves (i.e., where evidence is lacking), or we can elect to hold views that are in opposition to the directions that modern theories point us. If we do that, then more likely than not we will be the ones in the history books as being cast as close-minded, and not the scientists who elicited possible answers to the questions on the forefront of scientific unanswered questions.

Warm regards, Harv

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