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How Do Ya Functionally Define "worship"

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on January 5, 2005 16:16:49 UTC

Calibrating the instrument is important in any scientific process. "Worship" has been proposed. The instrument might be "mind" or "spirit" or another name for it might be proposed. You have raised an interesting area of thought and inquiry.

Please say more about what is involved in "worship" as proposed in the selection":

Yanniru wrote (quotes selected for this reply):


This will bring the physicists and astronomers into consistency with the environmentalists and biologists, at least as politics is concerned.
Yet the astronomer in each of us wants this to be a cosmic religion. So we must worship the most nearby concentration of energy:


And it is also appropriate to worship the fire, our local energy source.

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