The Science Delusion

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Re: The Science Delusion

Postby TheVat on April 2nd, 2019, 9:43 am 

You two (Reg and DavidM) could have a discussion of falsification, if you don't always surrender to the impulse to deplore the other's presence. If that feeling comes over you, and you are outraged at the mediocrity of the other's brain, then just scroll past, eh?

Group hug!

Too soon? Sorry.
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Re: The Science Delusion

Postby Reg_Prescott on April 2nd, 2019, 10:15 am 

TheVat » April 2nd, 2019, 10:43 pm wrote:You two (Reg and DavidM) could have a discussion of falsification, if you don't always surrender to the impulse to deplore the other's presence. If that feeling comes over you, and you are outraged at the mediocrity of the other's brain, then just scroll past, eh?

Group hug!

Too soon? Sorry.



He only does it when you're not looking, Daddy.


What a swell party this is.

I'm just not crazy about having my deep thoughts repeatedly distorted, Mr Moderator.

But hey, it's not that important.
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