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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 09:32 AM
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Originally posted by FyreByrd

Originally posted by buddhasystem

By the way the fact that Berkeley folks have been doing nuclear science for a while also makes it likely that they know their chops... Like a lot.



And that they have been trained (propogandized/indoctronated) by the system, owe the system for their livelyhoods and, seduced by the arrogance and power of position, unwilling to acknowledge the long view. Scientists are known for thier myopic vision, they are specialists not generalists.


You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about (which I started to suspect, but before long you made it abundantly clear). Scientists reinvent science almost every day. That's how it moves forward. And whether they "owe the livelihood" to the system, or the system owes its survival to them is not very clear. Your last statement is especially laughable since there have been many, and still are, polymaths among the scientists, well versed in multiple disciplines and sciences.

I don't see how one can say that the scientists are "myopic" when they consider extra dimensions in the world we are living in, they discovered the quantum mechanics which is far from the normal everyday sort of expected logic, they realized just how complex gravitation is (and thus made your GPS works). It's just hilarious to observe here on ATS how some armchair philosopher with apparently lacking any scientific talents goes about dissing the bright minds who made this world tick.

Note how you resorted to an ad hominem with regard to scientists, whereas the original statement was pure math and statistics. Duh.

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posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 10:12 PM
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Originally posted by buddhasystem


You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about (which I started to suspect, but before long you made it abundantly clear). Scientists reinvent science almost every day. That's how it moves forward. And whether they "owe the livelihood" to the system, or the system owes its survival to them is not very clear. Your last statement is especially laughable since there have been many, and still are, polymaths among the scientists, well versed in multiple disciplines and sciences.

I don't see how one can say that the scientists are "myopic" when they consider extra dimensions in the world we are living in, they discovered the quantum mechanics which is far from the normal everyday sort of expected logic, they realized just how complex gravitation is (and thus made your GPS works). It's just hilarious to observe here on ATS how some armchair philosopher with apparently lacking any scientific talents goes about dissing the bright minds who made this world tick.

Note how you resorted to an ad hominem with regard to scientists, whereas the original statement was pure math and statistics. Duh.

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Scientists reinvent science everyday? Really - I never knew that - wonder how it's done.

Extra dimensions - right - in theory/on paper and in their own little worlds.

How complex gravitation is? Don't you mean gravity and last I heard or read, no one understands what gravity is or how it works. There are theories - and phsycists are seeking (heard they may have found) the Higgs Boson or "God" Particle which may help in that direction.

Ad hominem? Perhaps a bit but certainly not personal as your posts have been.

I don't need to be right all the time, don't even want to be frankly. I live, I learn and I ask questions.
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posted on Apr, 10 2013 @ 07:11 PM
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Originally posted by FyreByrd
Scientists reinvent science everyday? Really - I never knew that - wonder how it's done.


Of course you never knew that, since your education is lacking. If you do wonder how it's done, roll up the sleeves and catch up.


Extra dimensions - right - in theory/on paper and in their own little worlds.


People might have said that about quantum mechanics some time ago.



posted on Apr, 10 2013 @ 10:13 PM
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Originally posted by buddhasystem

Originally posted by FyreByrd
Scientists reinvent science everyday? Really - I never knew that - wonder how it's done.


Of course you never knew that, since your education is lacking. If you do wonder how it's done, roll up the sleeves and catch up.


Extra dimensions - right - in theory/on paper and in their own little worlds.


People might have said that about quantum mechanics some time ago.



Can't see sarcasim when you see it. Humm.

Science don't reinvent - its a long slow process of trail and error, ever-spiraling to new concepts, new applications. All science is built on what went before.

Extra dimensions/String Theory are just tiny incredments on that spiral of knowledge - maybe something will come of it, practically, someday.

Scientists reinvent science everyday - indeed.





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