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originally posted by: Greggers
And no, believing in atoms or heliocentrism or any number of other things that were eventually proven correct would not have been the right approach prior to empirical observation that verified them. The correct approach was to develop falsifiable models and to take measurements until a substantial body of evidence existed.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: alomaha
When I'm 5 miles offshore the ocean is very, very deep. And blue. I find it very soothing when I'm far enough out that I cannot discern signs of civilization on shore. It is very, very real.
As far as thoughts go, not much makes me say "Wow, dude" anymore. And certainly not the "Mandela Effect." That's more of a "pfft."
originally posted by: Davg80
a reply to: Davg80
on looking back at the post above i made yesterday i was sure the name of the link i posted was braintracy, obv because the link is about the mind i made that association and was wrong, once again i have proved to myself that the ME is the creation of false memories, thanks.
From Blanche it says, ""Hello Laurent . I'm in the studio. No, Dolly has never worn the braces. it was never intended for that matter. Happy holidays. Kisses. Blanche."