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I agree Jim, but it does work both ways. The left brained concrete operational science approach is also extremely biased. The bumblebee that shouldn't be able to fly is just one example. Better science comes along and proves, ok they should be able to fly. Maybe not the best analogy. I guess my doubts about the purely scientific approach is that they haven't proven everything, yet there is a dogma created and they have to believe or defend it, sometimes just to get tenure and rise to the position of full professor. It's like a religion, come on, keep your mind open, the world's past history in still being discovered. Just look at the grief that Robert Schoch has suffered because his geological findings don't fit the archaeological/academic model.
I know folks that think the real evolution that is occurring with humans now is with the left brain. The right brain already knows and is trying to pass information along to a very reluctant to learn left brain which is scared, reluctant, and wants to be in control.