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Caprinicus - You Don't Know How Brain, Universe, Etc Works.

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Posted by Alexander on July 9, 2001 18:43:50 UTC

Why don't you take some physics and biology classes - to speak about the subject with some KNOWLEDGE as Mario and some others here do. You know NOTHING about physical laws governing everything we see, NOTHING about how neuron works, yet you clain that PHILOSOPHY, not physics explains it all.

Can a person in 21 century claim he is educated and argue about how brain works WITHOUT knowing chemistry (=physics), brain structure, and how a single neuron works?

Or you think, PHILOSOPHY or RELIGION explains how brain work? Well, then congratulation - you live in 11, not 21 century. Since your time KNOWLEDGE of laws and principles governing universe was increased from virtually zero to clear explanation of almost any known phenomena - just based solely on these physical (actually mathematical) laws. Brain and life are NOT exception - there is no single fact even suggesting that brain or life are governed by DIFFERENT laws than the rest of the universe.

So, why don't you quit your philosophy class in the community college and take some high school physics, chemistry and biology classes to KNOW a little MORE than people in 11 century knew?

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