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GUEST,Guest from Sanity BS: I Love this Idea (257* d) RE: BS: I Love this Idea 26 Mar 16

Donuel, for the sake of expanding understanding, I felt compelled to point out to you, that you have contradicted yourself, from you're earlier post, about....wait, here are some of your quotes....

"There is nothing about us that can escape the norms of nature, we would have discovered it by now. Unless it is undiscovered."

"If you are not curious you may as well be dead
'Albert Einstein'"

"All things pass; old notions, incorrect hawking predictions#2, Newtonian space, inflation from anti gravity, me and even intransigence"

"It is not easy assembling new ideas or analyzing new ideas.
But it can be fun.
Looking at a new idea combined with other over looked factors is like an adventure.
Just denying the new by insisting the old is all there is, does not verify the old or clarify the new."

"I love the idea of diversity for those with a fair degree of scientific sophistication."

"Some of theses people could be religious or not, perfectionists or not."

...and finally(from just this page alone): "By the way, the disgraced role I wrote about is usually about the guy who supports and defends ideas or tech that is defunct for a lifetime.
Being that recalcitrant is something no one here is all about."

...except clinging to a self-imposed 'atheistic' decision, that excludes any possibilities that may change old perceptions of older misinterpretations??????

Regards....just hoping you may open up your vision won't bite you!


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