Category Archives: Science and Such

Certainty as Involuntary Response and Complexity as Pompous Thoughtlessness

In the current political climate someone had to say it – we all seem convinced we’re right about politics, religion or science these days. Of course we are, we’re certain – and everyone disagrees. Perhaps it has always been so, … Continue reading

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Voting On What Is Real and What Is Not

Okay, here’s a thought. If psychiatrists can vote on what is an illness and what is not, and then change their minds and say that what they had categorized as just sick is, now that they think about it, quite … Continue reading

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