Science vs. Everything Else.

Via on Jul 10, 2012

The Black Cat Analogy:

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Religion has its place and philosophy is great. But science?

Science is awesome.

 

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9 Responses to “Science vs. Everything Else.”

  1. ficl wispr says:

    wow stupid dumb stuff, question begging is the rotten lowest rung, the resting place of mediocrity

  2. Roger Wolsey Roger Wolsey says:

    re: "theology," it didn't take into account apophatic theology.

  3. AnnetteVictoria says:

    I'm pro-flashlight, but the stated "problem" is one that only science can solve. In other words, the analogy doesn't hold for other disciplines because it's a scientific (material) one.

    Although the theology "solution" gave me a chuckle.

    • True! Yet many people would like to apply the solution of religion or theology to issues that are scientific issues. It gave me a chuckle too, which was why I blogged it.

  4. AnnetteVictoria says:

    Good point!

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