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Rupert Sheldrake, Barking Mad or Right?

Discussion in 'Members Lounge' started by Little Ghostman, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. JoeJester

    JoeJester Active Member

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    tcmtech I agree things change slowly. I also agree humans like their constants ... well constant.

    If a constant isn't, they should put forth a hypothesis on the source(s) of the errors. Any number of things could cause errors, even the human. Occam's Razor certainly applies. In some discussions, Occam has disappeared and only a singular item is put forth as the cause. This tests man's credulity with such singularities, and the intercourse turns ugly with personal attacks, to say the least.
     
  2. Little Ghostman

    Little Ghostman Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    No I will go look for that, thanks.
     
  3. Little Ghostman

    Little Ghostman Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    The Human genome took around a decade??? I should know how long, but cant remember now :O. That was pretty big. But yeah I guess it takes a while on the whole.
     
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  5. Little Ghostman

    Little Ghostman Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    Found it, now I know what the guy from wiki leaks has been doing!! Looks a bit rough after hiding all this time! lol.
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