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Originally posted by andy1033....I still cannot fathom why a scientist would say we are alone, how are you a scientist if you are closed minded?...
Originally posted by andy1033
I still cannot fathom why a scientist would say we are alone, how are you a scientist if you are closed minded?
Originally posted by Darthorious
...At that point it becomes flawed because mankind believes everything has a numerical pattern and therefor can be explained. But at the same time Pie has no numerical pattern that mankind can discern so it remains a mystery. Maybe mankind should be looking at something besides the numerical pattern and at that point maybe we will solve pie...
Originally posted by Donnie Darko
How come scientists think intelligent life in the universe smarter than humans is so ridiculous, yet they masturbate over string theory, which is basically just mathematical speculation?
Do you think science is dogmatically materialistic, mundane and nihilistic? Or even arrogant and pretentious, claiming to be a sceptre of reason and sensibility but actually being close-minded and judgmental just like a dogmatic organized religion?
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
Anyone can propose any theory. But until any of the theories are proven by observations or evidence, then they aren't accepted.
A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it...
Originally posted by 2shores
...Science doesn't prove or discover anything. It was already there, but now it is "owned" by the researcher who uses acceptable methods to the status-quo that it is true or possible...
Everything can be prooved even cheese has intelligence can be proved, we just need to find the "facts" that say so, for the masses to catch on.