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Joe Chi Minh Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-13-08 11:22 AM
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29. "But that just means science still has a lot to learn -- it doesn't mean
that science itself is inadequate....".

In view of the impenetrable, indeed paradoxical, barriers being thrown up, the deeper the physicists penetrate the subatomic world, that is just half-baked.

The macrocosm has always showed up the empirical scientific Establishment as a bunch of egregiously pretentious "fundies", and always will, as long as they fail to recognise the possibility, even arguably, the probability, of the Peculiarity's being the interface with an unknown super-being, very akin to man's notions of God, failing, as they do so signally, to explain the medium into which the universe is expanding; failing to acknowledge the brutal limitations now being imposed upon physics.

They know that even expressing sufficient interest in it, to acknowledge their helplessness in the face of one of the most fundamental of all paradoxes - which even cavemen would have have been able to see, had they been aware that the universe was expanding, would cut the ground from under their feet in a particularly savage way. As it will. Be sure of that.

The venal, scientismificist myrmidons are not trusted by the bulk of mankind now, but when the "cat's let out of the bag", they will be exposed to a level of ridicule and contempt few people in history could have managed.
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