RE: Logic

From: Vincent Campbell (
Date: Mon Aug 20 2001 - 13:45:59 BST

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            <I take it you're asking how the past could be transmitted in
    > condition to the present. Sheldrake leaves this question open, so I'll
    > have
    > to wing it.>
            So everyone else is wrong, all the evidence for genes is wrong, but
    when someone says, OK then how does your theory work, he goes 'Oh I dunno'.
    Does that not, in any way, raise a hint of skepticism in you? If not, then
    try to consider ithe possibility that your support for this idea stems from
    personal desire for it to be true.


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