Re: Debunking Synchronicity

Date: Thu Jul 12 2001 - 15:13:04 MDT

From: J. R. Molloy

>I think some of what is going on is the expression of fashion and taste. Some folks just like The Unexplained, Mysteries, X-Files, Twilight Zone, spooky kind of stuff because of its entertainment value. If religiosity is properly and finally debunked, then spookiness just won't do, and we're left with whatever awe-inspiring facets of the universe that real science can provide, which seems rather dry in comparison.<

Real science is far from dry and lacking in entertainment value. If real science were scripted into well-written story lines, it would probably be more far-reaching than any X-Files scenario.

Seems that DNA has been getting a lot of news-media entertainment value the past years, and now stem cells are getting top billing on TV news-entertainment programming, not to mention print.

(Have you been to a Marina and seen the types of life forms on exhibit? Very entertaining. Brings in thousands of people weekly to be entertained -- spooked, awed, and amazed by the intriguing life forms of real science.)


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