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>Science has yet to get clear of the afterbirth that accompanied its delivery
>some four centuries ago in Christian Europe.
As long as you continue to think that science is some recently
instituted bureaucracy, I don't see what progress you could ever find
IMHO, science is a basic human process of dealing with the universe.
The correct one, of course, but a basic one.
Very basic. Caveman basic.
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