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brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Bob LeChevalier lojbab at lojban.org
Tue Oct 8 21:32:33 EST 2002

JDay123 at BellSouth.com (Jd) wrote:
>Bob LeChevalier <lojbab at lojban.org> wrote: 
>>>This seems to be the postion of a few
>>>folks here, and they probably would still be believing Al invented
>>>the internet if it weren't for all those conservatives out there who
>>>knew the history of the whole thing.  
>>The difference here seems to be that scientists know the history of
>>science, and you don't.
>One thing I know for sure, you're a jerk.  That's what you get for
>inviting demons into your life.

Isn't this the person who got upset because I accused the nincompoop
of not being a Christian?  And yet you accuse me of "inviting demons
into your life"?

Or are you making accusations about my wife and kids?

>>>That which cannot be proven is a matter of faith.
>>That for which there is no evidence is a matter of faith.  
>>If there is evidence, then the processes of science can be applied to
>>test theories.  Science does not prove anything, nor does it rely on
>You have completely lost it Bob.  The above statements of yours are
>below the level of an idiot.

They are definitional, so YOU are the one revealing ignorance (not
idiocy).  Science foes not prove anything.  It applies reasoning to
evidence, reaches conclusions, and then attempts to test those
conclusions.  Scientists tend not to rely on faith, having been
trained professionally to have a more-than-healthy dose of skepticism.

But do you call the people quoted in this web site all "idiots" as

>>>We Christians know God created
>>>everything and therefore, do not have to wait for biochemists to
>>>invent another theory.
>>We Christians who are scientists are not merely satisfied with
>>"Goddidit".  We want to know HOW he did it, and to contemplate the
>>wonder of his creation, which is far more wondrous if you actually
>>understand how it interacts.
>You've been interacting with demons which will never let you rest.

Other than in the occasional computer game, not at all.

>You will never be satisified and never find peace as long as you
>keep entertaining them and letting them occupy your mental

Why should I want to be satisfied?  Life would be boring. %^)


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