Re: Debunking Synchronicity (was: Debunk All Religiosity Equally (D.A.R.E.)

From: Amara Graps (
Date: Thu Jul 12 2001 - 06:11:20 MDT

From: J. R. Molloy (, Wed Jul 11 2001

>It may be good for you in the short term, but in the long term it may
>you. An analogy is morphine. It may be good for you during a surgical
>treatment, but watch out for the addictive danger.

I don't often tell people what they should do, because I'm not in their
shoes. Using 'you' in this context is inappropriate. You are not me.

I do science every day. I wake up in the morning and do science. I go
to sleep at night, and I do science. I dream science in my dreams.
Do you do science 24 hours a day?

I could deconstruct everything around me to explain all and everything,
but I am not interested in understanding everything.. just what I am
interested to know, clear? There are only so many hours in the day.
But maybe some day when I'm 10 million years old I will have
understood what I what I want to understand about the Universe.

You can interpret my words in whatever way you want, it doesn't matter
much to me. I don't agree with your interpretation, and in my opinion
you went off the deep end, misinterpreted what I wrote and put it
in your own context that doesn't jibe with mine. I only did my best
to try to show some things from my view.

Meanwhile, there is more than science in life. The joy in playing music.
Spending time with those I care about. Discovering what I'm good at, and
if there's a need for those things to try to improve the world, in some way.
I'm always learning from what I see, test, observe, and make connections
with. Some things I understand. Some things I don't understand. But I'm
not a rabid scientific desconstructionalist, sorry..

So then, stopping here on this topic. I have a dissertation defense to
prepare for.


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"Whenever I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the
future of the human race." -- H. G. Wells

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