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drrayeye
and great discussion so far, James, but I think you need to better define your area of interest. When you speak of religion, you're mostly referring to early Old Testament religion; and when you're talking about science, you're talking about "GHWB science"--an amalgamation of history, pre history, archeology, and astronomy--with a broad overview of evolution. One source that you mig
Forum: Inner Space
Today
drrayeye
suggests your foundations in science are MIA. Write about something else, Tom. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
Today
drrayeye
than a Canadian firefighter, Pete. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
if you look, Thomas. If you need counseling, they'll be discrete. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
and I don't know much about your PM, Dean. Relying on Alex Jones for news about America and Americans may be a mistake . . . Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
Did Sgt.Preston ever use an AK-47 on the job? Are you aware, in your personal direct experience, of yourself, or any fellow firefighter, using any gun on the job? Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
Not hard to find out if you can Google. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
is not that difficult to bone up on, is it, Thomas? Try the CDC: Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
have the slightest idea what science is, Tom, nor the background to understand it without months of grueling work if it were explained to you--and then I wouldn't bet in your favor. Since you skipped science and math in high school and college, why do you even pretend to write in a knowledgeable way about science? If you were really interested, you would have put in the time to learn about sc
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
Pete, Not what a head of immigration should say. His only saving grace is that he hasn't been approved by Congress yet. He'll have a chance to explain himself soon enough. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
John, very bad premise. No doubt there's a jungle out there, and greed trumps need, but it's not nearly so dark and sinister as you paint it. There aren't very many truly new drugs brought to market. Those that are have often been developed cooperatively with our NIH and licensed competitively. The patent holder must carry out an approved FDA clinical trial to have exclusive rights for a
Forum: Science & Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
Deep, He's suggesting that it be reinterpreted, not rewritten. His reinterpretation IMO, is outrageous. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Naveen, Sorry you were offended. Maybe best to read my dialogue with Tom to get my POV--or read Jim's dialogue with me on this thread. In the United States--and the UK--we make a sharp distinction between art and science. At high schools and universities, the course of study is completely different. In German speaking countries, the word is wissenschaft for everything. Wissenschaft mean
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
The method of science: Ray
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
Listen, Dean, It's only 3 1/2 minutes Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Neither are you, Thomas. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Dorothy Parker had an interesting female version, Thomas: you can lead a whore to culture. . . . But you can't make her !!!!! Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
See which you prefer, Thomas: Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
You've got the quotes and the links, Thomas. You know how to google. You can find out for yourself what the experts say in more detail. There are books, study groups, lots to read up on--much coming from professional organizations. They're not exactly giving Donald a clean bill of health--or are they? Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Thomas deserves some opinions from the pros: QuoteDr. Bandy Lee, who is a professor of psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine and editor of the bestselling book "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump" convened a panel comprised of leading mental health experts to evaluate Donald Trump based upon his behavior as detailed in the Mueller report. Their definitive conclusion: Trump is
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Not science, Tom I don't think you're really interested in science, anyway. I didn't come to GHMB to discuss science but if you decide to write about science here make sure you know what you're talking about and cite. I'll be thrilled. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drrayeye
Tom, As long as you don't understand what science is--and how scientists think--you can't really discuss science at all. It's sort of like being color blind. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drrayeye
Steve, The donkey is the moniker of the Democratic party; the elephant is the moniker of Republicans. Chicago has a reputation of heavy handed Democratic control for decades. Ray
Forum: Author of the Month
3 days ago
drrayeye
because you still don't really understand what science is, and what scientists do, Tom. Ancient people had units of measurement; designed and built temples, palaces and homes; made and tested weapons for conflict--and instruments to kill and prepare game for food and clothing. They knew a great deal about the movements of the sun, moon, and stars--and used the information for calendars to pl
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drrayeye
Agreed, Mark. The biggest problem that will always remain will be validation. That's never quite overcome with retrospective designs. Ray
Forum: Author of the Month
3 days ago
drrayeye
Steve, A scientist is allowed (even required) to "guess" and make assumptions (even outrageous assumptions) as long as it leads to experiment. If the "guess" is not supported by evidence, one either rejects the guess, or refines the study and tries again. The scientist always knows that his "guess" is wrong--and that it will be amended or replaced by a better
Forum: Author of the Month
3 days ago
drrayeye
I liked Joseph Campbell, and he was a great ethnographer, but Science, more broadly, involves controlled prospective experimental studies with quantitative dependent variables compared using proven statistical instruments. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drrayeye
Gerda, I think almost everyone on GHMB is some kind of catastrophist or another, but few of us would subscribe to all of the elements as you describe--especially the stories and pictures. If the "Firestone" comet caused the temporary cooling in the Northern Hemisphere, what about the warming in the Southern Hemisphere? There was no written script going back to that time, so we're r
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drrayeye
Steve, As I see it, Martin had a hunch that he could use zodiac classifications to abstractly compare symbols found at GT and on ancient cave walls--and it worked! What it means is still very unclear. Ray
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