Re: sacred geometry

Lee Daniel Crocker (
Fri, 19 Sep 1997 17:57:27 -0700 (PDT)

> It's pretty scientific, they use computers and formulas and a whole
> bunch of stuff for what they do. Try reading some of the article
> without a bias, and then you'll learn something worthwile.
> danny

Ooh, formulas and computers and stuff--Kewl. I'm not impressed.

This list contains not an insignificant percentage of the mathmatical
and computing brain power of the whole planet, and many of us are
quite capable of understanding formulas and computers quite well,
thank you. Scientific-sounding crap is still crap, and while some
of the stuff on this site is quite artful, none of it means anything.
That's not bias, just cold observation.

I know you'll probably retort with the usual "keep an open mind"
mantra of the new-age masses, to which I have a standard reply:
why is /your/ mind closed to the idea of drawing the conclusion
that unscientific crap is exactly that?

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