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July 16, 2011


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Confounded by the Profound:

The title of this thread reminds me of how the NPR show, formerly called 'Speaking of Faith', was changed to 'Being'.

I've never studied epistomology, but is also reminiscent of Descarte's 'cogito ergo sum'.

Being: http://being.publicradio.org/

In my scientific realm, I would want to 'falsify' my scientific beliefs. My brain may be a belief machine, however, there is a falsifiable 'relief' valve, found there in.

So, I reserve the right to be WRONG. And, one day my scientific beliefs will be proven to be wrong. That's ok, that's what science and the method are all about.

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