Re: Dawkins was right all along

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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Wade T.Smith <>
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    Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2001 10:45 PM
    Subject: RE: Dawkins was right all along

    > Call it solipsistic. Call it romantic. But, yes, I do see freedom from
    > bias as necessary to science, and science as necessary to accuracy, and,
    > yes, understanding how accuracy is arrived at is an experimental process
    > which only science can undertake.

    Hi Wade,

    I am just interested, you do see freedom from bias as necessary to ' free-
    dom ' as such !?
    That is, to be really free as an individual !?
    How can that be, if you were genetically and memetically ' biased ' as a
    person !?
    Or does your beliefsystem don 't go that far !?
    It would be interesting to know how your then solipsistic brain cope with
    such a bias !?



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