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anglagard
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Message 69 of 129 (623082)
07-08-2011 2:19 AM
Reply to: Message 67 by Robert Byers
07-08-2011 1:40 AM


Beyond Astounding
Robert Byers writes:

First there is no such thing as science. its just a word to describe conclusions from people thinking about complicated things relative to that time.

I guess you are capable of saying anything, regardless of whether or not it makes sense.

I can do that, too, but I wouldn't be serious, are you?

First there is no such thing as religion.
First there is no such thing as history.
First there is no such thing as English.
First there is no such thing as reality.
First there is no such thing as me.

Thats why in the past science covered every skill.

From Dictionary.com on the definition of science, I urge all who deny that science exists and actually describes an actual concept to read the entire site.

quote:
Origin:
1300–50; Middle English < Middle French < Latin scientia knowledge, equivalent to scient- (stem of sciēns ), present participle of scīre to know + -ia -ia

So prior to 1300 AD, people had no skills?

Never mind, IMHO replying to you is as futile as replying to Markuze.

Have fun other posters. Sorry, I just can't keep up with this level of saying anything that pops into one's head without any pretense of thought or meaning.

Edited by anglagard, : Complete link to dictionary using a complete sentence.


Read not to contradict and confute, not to believe and take for granted, not to find talk and discourse, but to weigh and consider. - Francis Bacon

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