I am listening to a radio discussion on the sad deaths at the haj pilgrimage. It is a talk about poor crowd management but everybody acts as though this is a sane and valid visit where are chasing…Continue
They just have named a new hominid - Homo Naledi. Found 14/16 complete skeletons unlike previous discoveries which were usually just fragments. Very exciting discovery. Check out the article from BBC…Continue
Hi there - here is a short clip from the BBC worth a watch. I guess the US has it fair view of nut jobs just on the other side of the lunacy. The people are all so reasonable when they are in the…Continue
I am just reading the latest discovery by the Large Hadron Collider. The complexity of the universe is always astounding to me. In the unlikely event that dog exists, you have to wonder why she/he/it…Continue
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I was just pondering the above question when you hear people accusing non believers of having science as their religion. A patently ridiculous notion but I think it would be amusing to list our gods (heroes) and how the list is constantly growing or being eliminated as we learn more.
And is there a single book or even one pure science example?
So many heroes that we could be accused of worshipping or should that be honouring?