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Posted by Leesa on June 26, 2003 02:10:54 UTC

But not honest fact. I accept your perception of science but I will NEVER agree with it.

I will not be offended by people I don't know, but there is something that bothers me about your post. The things I named - you called them fantasies. They are not fantasies - they are very real. Define "true". They have not only been probed from great distance, but they are mathematically correct. I know of no harder, no sounder, and no more evidence beyond condescension than mathematics. Your perception proves nothing. My perception proves nothing. But math is not based on perception.

You've said over and over that the world within our reach (I'm paraphrasing here) is basically enough. Now do me a favor and think - just think about it really hard before forming a conclusion - if Euclid had said to himself: "What I know is enough." Where would this world be? How about Socrates? Aristotle? Copernicus? Galileo? Newton? Einstein? Bohr? Where would this world be? Think about how life was - throughout ALL the centuries - and how it is now? Would you have humanity go back? Tell me please.


Lysithea


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