Anthropology and the Assault on Common Sense
Anthropology and the Assault on Common Sense

The world is actually a hodge-podge of reality, belief, and experience melded together into what only feels like the truth.

Do you think there are distinct races of people, or is that over-generalizing?

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Big Freeze or Big Bang? Scientists Challenge Big Bang Theory
Big Freeze or Big Bang? Scientists Challenge Big Bang Theory

Quantum Graphity: Australian theoretical physicists say instead of a Big Bang, we should think of the start of the universe as like water freezing into ice.

Should we look to forming crystals for insight into the creation of the universe?

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Science and Religion: The Views of Two Religious Scientists http://mys.tc/2dp

Science and Religion: The Views of Two Religious Scientists http://mys.tc/2dp

He is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature ~Socrates

He is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature ~Socrates http://mysticpolitics.com

What sort of religious person believes in meddling spirits?
What sort of religious person believes in meddling spirits?

Human beings are inclined to see spirits and supernatural beings behind random acts of nature because of a Hyperactive Agency Detector (HAD).

Have you ever had a paranormal experience?

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Religion vs. Science’s Answers to the Big Questions

'We may struggle with attempts at merging science and religion, when, for instance, we watch the Christmas planetarium show “Star of Wonder,” which purports to find logical explanations for the Star of Bethlehem. This is also seen in such bestselling books as The Tao of Physics and the Dancing Wu-Lei Masters, which purport to show that modern physics says the same thing as Buddhism. However, such efforts are futile, even if they're popular.'

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