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Posted by Tim on December 3, 2003 04:28:44 UTC

i like what Dr. Dick has to say in "Fundamentals of Physical Reality" as quoted below:

"Having analytically solved the problem in detail, I have come to a rather astounding conclusion. At issue is the fact that any explanation of anything is essentially a made up story which fits the facts. It is the assumption of the scientific world that there exists but one such story, which they are sincerely endeavoring to uncover. Knowing what I have discovered (the essence of which is put forth in this opus) I am of the opinion that their position is actually quite obtuse and simple minded: I am myself fairly sure that the actual number of possible explanations (each of which entirely fit the all the facts) is probably infinite."

taking such a stance should enable us to better understand the diverse religions, polital positions and scientific ambiguities we face.

regards, tim

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