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Author Topic:   What are M-Theory and String theory etc. and are they valid scientific theories?
fallacycop
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Message 8 of 48 (393924)
04-08-2007 1:04 PM
Reply to: Message 5 by Rob
04-08-2007 11:03 AM


Re: Not valid theories...
In order to rescue the 'chance hypothesis' and escape the moral implications of an orderly creator, 'scientists' (prophets) and their 'followers' (sheep), have offered a metaphysical theology of their own.

This thread is not about morality. It is OFF TOPIC here. but there are are threads currenly open where it would on topic. Why don`t you post there instad???

Edited by Adminnemooseus, : Fix quote box.


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fallacycop
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Message 20 of 48 (394394)
04-11-2007 12:44 AM
Reply to: Message 16 by Rob
04-09-2007 6:12 PM


Re: Not valid theories...
The reasons for the moral implications are quite obvious as any moral scene that is legitimate for our universe is ultimately undone by the overlying reality of randomness of the whole.

I actually find it interesting that the 'theory of eveything' is being sought, and find the quantum realm more of a substantiation of my own beliefs rather than a challenge. I also believe that the true 'Theory of Everything' is already perfectly encapsulated in the concept of the 'Trinity'.


Where are the admins?

how can someone post something like that in a science forum about a subject he obviously knows nothing about and doesn`t want to learn either, without getting at least a warning?


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