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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on July 19, 2001 19:45:23 UTC

And who thought up the idea of "Brain Cells"?

Could there be an alternate concept which would explain the same effects?

And who thought up "astrology"?

Could there be an alternate concept which would explain the same effects?

And who thought up "neurons"?

Could there exist an alternate concept which would explain the same effects?

And who thought up "God"?

Could there exist an alternate concept which would explain the same effects?

And who thought up "vision"?

Could there be an alternate concept which would explain the same effects?

And who thought up "phlogiston"?

Could there be a n alternate concept which would explain the same effects?

And who thought up "hearing"?

Could there be an alternate concept which would explain the same effects?

And who thought up "smell"?

Is there any possibility there could be an alternate concept which would explain the same effects?


Think about it a little Alex!! I don't think you are that dumb! Only an idiot can believe there is no possiblility concepts are totally error free! Particularly if he cannot really define them! Be a little intellectually honest at least!

Dick

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