The sense of wonder should, and definitey in my case does, hugely ncrease, knowing that nothing supernatural had anything to do with anything, except in so far as the human imagination added lots of extras from the supernatural range.Quote
I agree with you, but I also agree with Ron. Frank's ideas about the moon are arguable, and there may not be any substance to his speculations.
Ron's sense of mystery comes from a life of spiritual experience in an academic environment. So has mine.
Explaining the intricate relationship between the moon and earth in terms of chance just seems awfully weak.
It doesn't fit our sense of wonder.
Both yours and Ron's interpretations of personal experiences have included a 100% faith element, which causes confusion and non-objective results.