Olympic piety

James Daugherty (jhdaugh@a-albionic.com)
Sun, 28 Jul 1996 21:53:31 -0400 (EDT)

> At 03:05 PM 7/28/96 -0700, Max More wrote:
> >Not sure this is very on-topic but it struck me as hilarious but sad:
> >
> >I was watching the 100M women's race. The winner (whose name I forget but
> >who was on the American team) was interviewed right after her victory. What
> >did this "fastest woman in the world" have to say? She said:
> >
> > "The first person I want to thank is God."
> >
> >Somebody wake me when we're living in a modern world.

This brings up a serious question. Can a person with a scientific
mind set ever have the "certainty" that seems to be required for peak
performance in many fields of endeavor?

Religious "faith" is the most common approach to the "need" for
certainty. I am not talking about the "comforting" aspects of "certainty"
and "faith", but the apparent advantages in "programming" behaviour be it
athletics, business, career...stiving of any and all sorts!

James Daugherty, volunteer Postmaster for A-albionic Research (POB 20273,
Ferndale, MI 48220), a ruling class/conspiracy research resource for the
entire political-ideological spectrum. Quarterly journal, book sales,
rare/out-of-print searches, New Paradigms Discussion List, Weekly Up-date
Lists & E-text Archive of research, intelligence, catalogs, & resources.
**E-Mail Update/Discussion/Archive**|*******World Wide Web/Gopher/FTP*******
e-mail: majordomo@mail.msen.com | <http://a-albionic.com/>
message: info prj | <gopher.a-albionic.com 9006>
index prj | <ftp.a-albionic.com>
//////////FREE RARE BOOK SEARCH:<http://a-albionic.com/search.html>\\\\\\\\\\