Monthly Archives: June 2017

ON BEING FAIRLY CERTAIN

And Partly Open-Minded Its no good being absolutely certain unless you happen to be right.   Ashleigh Brilliant My theme song has been positive uncertainty. The definition of words has frequently been an issue. In writing, different interpretations of language often … Continue reading

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“ALTERNATIVE SCIENCE”

Is There Such A Thing?  The power of science lies in its skeptical, rational, evidenced-based approach to understanding the world.  David J. Helford On Saturday, April 22 the American people put on a demonstration about respecting science in today’s politics. … Continue reading

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