Re: Theos-World Extraordinary claims.
Mar 03, 2002 09:58 AM
Do you believe that science, as it exists right now at the beginning
of the 21st Century, is capable of explaining everything there is? Or
is it possible that science itself is always evolving and changing?
If we look back in history a few centuries, we can see that accepted
scientific methods and theories in the western world have changed a
lot. Is it not plausible that the future holds still further
scientific discoveries, some of which could possibly apply to the
phenomena you are investigating? In other words, isn't it possible
that our current ability to understand such phenomena, which have
been reported for many centuries by humanity in many different
cultures, is simply not complete, and that science, as we know it,
may not currently be capable of explaining them? But can that fact
really prove that such phenomena are not explainable?
On 3 Mar 2002 at 16:42, bri_mue wrote:
> When something occurs why to soon assume that it's caused by an
> extraordinary phenomenon that defies the laws of science if a simpler
> explanation also fits ?
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