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On 11/13/01 11:42, Dace said this-
>Science can be treated one of two ways, either as glorified engineering or
Compare this to treating it as a function of mind, which is what it is-
the way the senses and the intellect work out the world.
And in the absence of dogma, it always gets it right.
But it's tough to avoid, dogma.
But, who wants a dog for a mama, anyway?
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