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« The Dangers of Pseudoscience --II | Main | Thanksgiving 2013 »

November 27, 2013

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Bill Kleine

A trial looms and so I read the science... Lots and lots of it. In the end, however, it was my trust in the ineffable qualities of a doctor's compassion that decided me. This was hard. He was doing his best to mask his emotions; to explain and not sway a decision. Yet I trust he would not have put this on my table if there wasn't a little un-scientific hope well-hidden in his heart. My ration of thought for this day filled with so many reasons to be thankful.

S.

I would add that unfounded beliefs in any area of human endeavor does not serve us well...and I include all the world's religions in the category of unfounded belief systems. The idea of religious faith is a scientificallly unfounded belief; that it may relate to a god-belief does not, and should not, exempt it from emperical examination.

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