Re: Debunking pseudoscience: Why horoscopes really work

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Date: Mon Nov 19 2001 - 12:34:05 GMT

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    > Math is mechanical reasoning. Math to philosophy is like assembly lines to
    > automobiles. Where philosophy is a fine, hand-built car, science is a fleet
    > of trucks racing across every facet of existence.

    I'm not having that - philosophy produces the idea that cars might 'be';
    science builds one weighing thirty tonnes; then engineers make something
    people can use.

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