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Hi Robin Faichney -
>You are free to
>worship science and scientists if you wish, while the rest of us get on
>with our lives.
Your insistence that I'm kneeling at some altar is ludicrous.
Like I said, lives don't need facts. Myths are just as good as facts to
many and sundry.
Unexamine what you will.
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