As if on cue — given some recent discussion and a significant point of my previous post . . . .
HT ICH . . . .
“By all means let’s be open-minded, but not so open-minded that our brains drop out.” Richard Dawkins
Despite great advances in the fields of science and technology, the human race seems to be paradoxically predisposed to unwavering belief in illogical, unverifiable and destructive superstitions. Most self-confessed ‘rational’ human beings will balk at the idea of witches and voodoo curses, of Zeus with his lightning bolts and Thor with his mighty hammer, but at the same time and in the same breath will assert the reality and continuing presence of a creative force of uncanny intelligence and inexplicable moral wisdom – for whose existence there isn’t even the slightest shred of scientific evidence. ICH
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