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A Vastly Simplified History of a Higher Power

November 27th, 2008 | Posted by Dick in Uncategorized

We live in a big universe. It is getting bigger everyday.

We live in a big universe. It is getting bigger everyday.

But the universe is only about a fourth of the size of the dark matter and energy that surrounds it. Nobody knows if that is all there is. We did not even know about dark matter and energy till recently. Our planet is small.

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  • czandra says:

    I love this synopsis, though I’ve only read 1/2 through yet. I do, however, have to take issue with the characterization of the middle east. Some sources claim that the Greeks’ “discovery” of mathematics and science depended on borrowed material from the middle east; and others maintain equally that if the middle east did not develop at the same pace as Europe, it has to do with the continual cultural, intellectual and material plundering that took place there by European and other interlopers. The Greek-centric conception of intellectual development is an aspect of Western academia that I’m constantly trying to modify. Thanks for your great illustrations. I’d love to see a mini-mag of this production.

    Czam

  • Seasons says:

    Maybe you should edit the page name title Spinoza on Science and Stress » Blog Archive » A Vastly Simplified History of a Higher Power to something more generic for your subject you write. I enjoyed the post yet.



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