Thoughts of an evil genius. Well, evil anyway.
i wouldn't let word get out... they might put you away...;-)
Hey Gordo, (and Jim)While there is a point to be made about 'science-olatry', surely the post about DNA faking does absolutely nothing to prove that point.It firstly mentions an article where science has succeeded in replicating something in nature.Secondly, it posits the existence of a group of people who refuse to see reality (a scientific reality, interestingly) because of a pre-existing bias, and then proceeds to knock this group of people down. Wow, a hypothetical group of science groupies (who refuse to believe in a scientific ability being advanced) are hypocrites. I ann't really see how anything was proved here.Sorry, 'tis a bit negative for a first post. I blame my father's DNA...
Kutz put it much better than me - perhaps that's why my comment on Jim's blog wasn't allowed.Science worship is a serious concern, and deserves a response that better models a sensible understanding of what science is.
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