Science vs. Philosophy

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Re: Science vs. Philosophy

Postby MikeK » Thu Jul 23, 2015 9:25 am

I think both are relevant and beautiful in their own ways.

You know I'm not as extreme as you...

Remember how you said when you climb on skis you go, go, go, and then stop and rest? And you said Eve goes slow but never stops...

I have the temptation to go, go, go too... but I know it is better to stay even and balanced. In some sense, this is the same thing.

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Re: Science vs. Philosophy

Postby MikeK » Thu Jul 30, 2015 8:08 pm

Don't know if this is relevant to this conversation, but I wanted to share this. It's possibly the most interesting example of cooperative bio engineering I've ever seen.

[video]https://youtu.be/5jrmm7gjZGE[/video]

We use sustainable, cooperative bioengineering in other ways too i.e. cultivating fruit but this one solves a different sort of problem.


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