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patrice Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-11-05 10:37 AM
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7. I'm trying to invoke a multi-dimension frame for my hypothesis.
Science itself recognizes the incompleteness of what it produces. It can't therefore address that which is not empirical. It implies that anything is possible, but limits its discourse APPROPRIATELY to that which is Scientific.

Science does not produce 100% descriptions of "knowledge".
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  -J.Springer's caller just now, ". . . What is the cause of Evolutionary patrice  Nov-11-05 10:24 AM   #0 
  - Types of mutations  trotsky   Nov-11-05 10:29 AM   # 
  - I'm trying to invoke a multi-dimension frame for my hypothesis.  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:37 AM   #7 
     - Perhaps the most important aspects of science  trotsky   Nov-11-05 10:42 AM   #13 
     - Precisely, I always began my Psychology classes with a strong unit  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:50 AM   #22 
        - But the important thing to note  trotsky   Nov-11-05 11:04 AM   #29 
           - We agree then that a Mature "knowledge" is a high Value  patrice   Nov-11-05 11:16 AM   #32 
     - Well said :-)  papau   Nov-11-05 10:43 AM   #15 
  - Who's to know whether or not  kenny blankenship   Nov-11-05 10:29 AM   #1 
  - IMO, God and "the Devil" are different "dimensions" of the Same Thing.  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:40 AM   #9 
     - Mutations are bad--isn't that what they always say?  kenny blankenship   Nov-11-05 11:14 AM   #31 
        - Mutations *might* (as in, there is some Probability) be good.  patrice   Nov-11-05 11:35 AM   #34 
  - Genetics.  the other one   Nov-11-05 10:30 AM   #2 
  - Different mechanism. Sexual reproduction mixes genes, mutation  BlueEyedSon   Nov-11-05 10:35 AM   #6 
  - Right. Thats why mutation is the wrong word.  the other one   Nov-11-05 10:41 AM   #11 
  - The mutations in the genetic code result in Biological Changes!  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:44 AM   #17 
  - Evolution is the result of all 3 (sex, mutation, environmental pressures)  BlueEyedSon   Nov-11-05 10:57 AM   #25 
  - Are mutations completely random? Can certain kinds of Radiation cause  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:43 AM   #16 
     - Radiation definitely can cause mutations. And I think it still meets...  Zenlitened   Nov-11-05 10:49 AM   #21 
  - And living longer is showing us a lot of bad mutations...  trotsky   Nov-11-05 10:37 AM   #8 
  - What triggers the mutations?  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:41 AM   #12 
     - You didn't bother to read the link I posted upthread, did you? n/t  trotsky   Nov-11-05 10:42 AM   #14 
     - chemical mutagens, radiation, errors in DNA transcription  BlueEyedSon   Nov-11-05 10:58 AM   #26 
  - There is a reason why Metaphysics is separate from Physics  Pigwidgeon   Nov-11-05 10:30 AM   #3 
  - I agree - skepticism is a good - but adding religion is pointless.  papau   Nov-11-05 10:45 AM   #18 
  - ID is even outside of scientific argument  Pigwidgeon   Nov-11-05 11:03 AM   #28 
  - Yep.  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:46 AM   #19 
  - I sometimes reject all/most dichotomies as false.  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:56 AM   #24 
  - Some causes of mutations  Zenlitened   Nov-11-05 10:33 AM   #4 
  - It's actually not necessary to understand  Autonomy   Nov-11-05 10:33 AM   #5 
  - A combination of random and sentient changes.  skids   Nov-11-05 10:40 AM   #10 
     - Is Random just that which we can't describe (yet!)?  patrice   Nov-11-05 10:48 AM   #20 
        - yes..waves are random....  mexicoxpat   Nov-11-05 10:53 AM   #23 
           - So have "they", the scientists that is, stopped researching what was  patrice   Nov-11-05 11:02 AM   #27 
              - There's always something more to study  Pigwidgeon   Nov-11-05 11:09 AM   #30 
              - Beast Indeed!!!  patrice   Nov-11-05 11:34 AM   #33 
              - apples and oranges!  mexicoxpat   Nov-11-05 11:41 AM   #35 

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