<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Nelson" <nelsonriddle2001@>
> > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, new_morning_blank_slate
> > >
> > > Well, maybe I am still missing his point. But he appears to be
> > > that some things that seem "magical", later become scientific
> > > I don't think Kurtz would argue that. The history of science is that
> > > things unknown become known. At the turn of the century some
> > > scientists proclaimed "we know everything now". Boy were they in
> > > shock. Radio would have seemed a paranormal pehomenon in 1850.
> > > or so it was normal. Kurtz would not dispute that. It seems to me
> > > that Nelson was implying he would. If not, my mistake.
> > >
> > > However, "that some things that seem "magical", later become
> > > scientific truths" does not imply, as Nelson may be doing, that all
> > > things magical later become scientific truths. Some things are just
> > > bunk, and will always be bunk.
> > >
> > > The Arthur C. Clarke quote is germane -- "Any sufficiently advanced
> > > technology is indistinguishable from magic." However, its
> > > understand that the following corallary is not true "Any magic will
> > > someday be seen as advanced technology." That is lots of paranormal
> > > stuff today is bunk, will always be bunk. And some will become
> > > in the future.
> > >
> > +++ Could we say then that some things we see or expierience today
> > will be proven not to have happened oneday because there is no
> > scientific explaination? just curious,, N.
> I don't follow. Can you give specific examples of what you are
> referring to.
+++ I once was at a meeting of three couples where coffee was served.
It was an eight cup coffee pot and each person had at least two
I conclude that, in some cases, science is irrelevant. N.
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