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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 30, 2002 22:49:28 UTC

Regarding God and Science:
Michael Medved's movie reviews at his website
gave "Artificial Intelligence" three stars
(though he might change it after they read this, just to make me look bad)
and "Remember the Titans" received four stars.

I would reverse that. Also at his website, he
seems to have red hair on the front page. We are grateful for all allies who are not actually evil.
I guess Michael Medved might be not actually evil.

Why am I cluttering up the forum with this stuff about pop culture?
Among the main themes I tried to communicate here (on this forum) has been that mind is a factor in
several of science's main questions and strangely,
the response has been fairly negative. Rather than say I have been saying the obvious, they would deny it or continue to post things about evolution or "God" which do not take into account
the newer maps of these questions where mind is
named, with logic that will withstand criticism, as an essential player -- without which most such discussions are outmoded, archaic...bad math.

Yes, you can still win a battle by throwing a stick into the fancy machinery.
But what if the issues were: peacefully curing disease, making economic systems sustainable? Then, putting a primitive stick in the works, by itself, will not solve the problems...

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